WahWashKesh in central Ontario, Matachewan in Northern Ontario, Major Street in Toronto: these are all the haunts of my childhood. Not where we lived but where we vacationed (if you can call spending the night at my grandmother’s house a vacation.) How these places weave spells as the years pass.
Here is a collection of postcard fiction: the autobiographical mixed with the wholly fanciful. Peace.
I am a writer of short stories currently residing in Canada. I write both genre (horror and SF) and literary pieces. Some of my favourite authors are Austen, Dickens, Shakespeare, E. M. Delafield, and E.F. Benson.
My latest collection is a series of lite horror short stories entitled He Sees You When You're Sleeping - available on Smashwords and Amazon.
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Reviews for Matachewan
Intriguing little stories with a dark undercurrent!
I didn't know what to expect when I started reading these stories but I was quickly pulled into fascinating little worlds. The descriptions were so vivid that reading these little gems felt like I was watching scenes from a movie. There was definitely a dark undercurrent to many of these stories and I was reminded of Flannery O'Connor and Guy Vanderhaege's writings as I read Dee's stories. I want to go back and immediately read Matachewan again which for me is the sign of good writing. Buy this collection if you want to be immersed into surprising and unusual worlds. read more
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