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Children Shouldn’t Use Knives by Shirley Camia

Shirley Camia’s eleven spare, imagistic poems are so very slight—wispy, flickering at the edges of what children perceive and remember.

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Pictures from our PF Turns 40 Launch!

Here are some pictures from our most recent launch! Thank you to everyone who came out!

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PF @ 40 Part 3: My Experience with the Early Sparks of Prairie Fire By Armin Wiebe

So it’s the 1970s and I have this crazy notion that I will be a writer. In Manitoba.

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PF @ 40 Part 2: Galley-Proofs Beyond Killer Highway by Carolyn Creed

One might think an hour’s drive toward editorial work would prove as easy as breath taken and expelled, but no—

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The Midwife of Torment & Other Stories by Paulo da Costa

The author’s subtitle, “60 Sudden Fictions,” illuminates much of what a reader experiences in delving into Midwife of Torment:

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