Oscar, Part 34 B Excerpt with Guest Writer M. NourbeSe Philip

Oscar, Part 34 B Excerpt with Guest Writer M. NourbeSe Philip

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 34 B Excerpt by Betsy Warland Vancouver, Montreal 2014 – 5 – PTSD diagnoses nearly triple amongst veterans in 8 years Photo credit: Murray Brewster/CP[/caption] Dinner last night. Lise and Oscar...
Oscar, Part 34 A Excerpt with Guest Writer Annie Ross

Oscar, Part 34 A Excerpt with Guest Writer Annie Ross

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 34 A Excerpt by Betsy Warland Vancouver, Montreal – 1 – It. It’s not what Oscar imagined after Denis confirmed she could stay in his apartment while he was away and she gratefully confirmed....
Oscar, Part 33 C Excerpt with Guest Writer Ray Hsu

Oscar, Part 33 C Excerpt with Guest Writer Ray Hsu

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 33 C Excerpt by Betsy Warland -11- This waiting unlike any other. Acute attentiveness scanning every sensation and thought for a give-herself-over signal (Oscar’s mantra Virginia Woolf’s...
Oscar, Part 33 B Excerpt with Guest Writer Alisa Gordaneer

Oscar, Part 33 B Excerpt with Guest Writer Alisa Gordaneer

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 33 B Excerpt byBetsy Warland -4- Toronto. Oscar’s approximation of “going back home.” Toronto. Where Oscar “grew up” as a feminist, writer, lesbian. Traces of what had passed for her sense of home have all but...
Oscar, Part 33 A Excerpt with Guest Writer a rawlings

Oscar, Part 33 A Excerpt with Guest Writer a rawlings

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 33 A Excerpt by Betsy Warland -1- Toronto. Rush hour beginning. Oscar on Bloor Street — steely cumulus clouds compacting air — rain soon to pelt down. Oscar walking for past couple of hours...
Oscar, Part 32 C Excerpt with Guest Writer Cynthia Flood

Oscar, Part 32 C Excerpt with Guest Writer Cynthia Flood

Guest Writer | Featured Reader From Oscar of Between, Part 32 C Excerpt by Betsy Warland -10- Oscar gets the book. Inhales it. Her facial resemblance to Thomas is startling. Comprehends her parents’ distrust of books. Books can kill. -11- Ross and Tom was...