Story in Nashwaak Review

The Nashwaak Review (Vol. 28-29) from St. Thomas University in New Brunswick published in their latest issue the short-story: The Weight of Memory.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Fiction  
Common Signs of Spring Andrea Schwenke Wyile
The Auction Ann Lohner
Lila Barbara Biles
Shades of Grey Catherine Brunet
Dolly Jonathan Greenbaum
Visa Edward Gauvin
The Tin Container Jeffrey Griffiths
Dancing At the White Rose Ballroom Leanne Lieberman
We All Considered This Sean Johnston
August 5th Marnie Lamb
Métisse Pascal Millet
Bullfight Roger Moore
Mary Had A Lamb P. J. Worrell
The Weight of Memory paulo da costa
Cardboard Genome Greg Shupak
What We Know About Our Neighbors Tom Wayman
Culture Shocks Robert Lake
Acremonium Morgan Wade
Margaret of the War Years Andre Narbonne
Just You Wait Bev Sandell Greenberg
Poetry  
One poem Changming Yuan
One poem David Clink
Two poems David Huebert
Three poems Jean Eng
Five poems Eryn Hiscock
Four poems Frederick Mundle
Five poems Janet Barkhouse
Four poems Jillian Harvey
Two poems Jim Rees
Five poems Laurelyn Whitt
Five poems Louise Carson
Two poems Rebecca Geleyn
Two poems Mark Sampson
Two poem Hendrik Slegtenhorst
One poem Stewart Donovan
Two poems Allen Qing Yuan
Four poems Jennifer Delisle
One poem Cindy Clarke
One poem Denise Desautels
One poem W.M. Herring
Two poems Lara Ann Bozabalian
Travel  
Promenade Robert Lake
Czechoslovak Miscalculations Harvy Simkovits
Essays  
Out of Obscurity: a profile of B.J. Grant, one of New Brunswick’s most prolific writers Anne Marie Beattie
Celluloid Irish to Reel Ireland Stewart Donovan
The Overlooked Importance of the Turning Points
before Quebec 1759
A.J.B. Johnston
Thinking “green” (and not) in 18th-Century Louisbourg A.J.B. Johnston
Dying on a Distant Shore Ken Donovan
Reviews  
History Man: The Life of R.G. Collingwood James Mellon
Reverend Progenitors Trevor Sawler
Art
“Whirligigs” provided by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery
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