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Claire Wilkshire teaches English at Memorial University in St. John's.
Claire Wilkshire teaches English at Memorial University in St. She was a founding member of the fiction collective The Burning Rock and her stories are represented along with Lisa Moore's, Michael Winter's, and Ramona Dearing's in the Burning Rock anthologies Hearts Larry Broke and Extremities.
William John Metcalfe (6 October 1891 – 31 July 1965) was an English teacher, short story writer and novelist from Norfolk, who twice emigrated to the United States. His stories have been said to "build up a unique sense of unease. John Metcalfe was born in Heacham, Norfolk, England, on 6 October 1891. He studied philosophy in the University of London, from which he graduated in 1913. Metcalfe then taught in Paris until 1914.
She’s a long-time member of the Burning Rock writing group, and her short stories have appeared in a variety of anthologies and literary magazines. She lives in St. John’s with writer Larry Mathews and their children, Tim and Sally. maxine is her first novel. Claire Wilkshire, Maxine. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity. Other author's books: Maxine.
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What she discovers is her neighbour's nine-year-old son, Kyle. As Maxine becomes the boy's constant companion and as Kyle deals with his parents' increasing absence and with life as an outsider in a new city, he slowly manages to reinvent Maxine's real and imaginative life.
Metcalf, John and Claire Wilkshire (eds). Tapestry for Designs: Judaic Allusions in the Second Scroll and in the Collected Poems of . Spiro, Solomon J. 1984.
Eight interviews, eight stories, eight commentaries. Eight of Canada's finest writers. Writers Talking gives readers a chance to listen in: Terry Griggs on where stories come from, Michael Winter on writing Newfoundland, K. D. Miller on being an actor who writes. The volume also features stories by and conversations with Mary Borsky, Steven Heighton, Elise Levine, Annabel Lyon, and Lisa Moore.