This week I have two stories appearing on the Toronto-based e-zine CommuterLit.
This is, respectively, the thirteenth and fourteenth time I have had a story published online or in print. It feels different than the first time (which was also on CommuterLit!) but mostly just in intensity. All of the insecurity stuff is still there, but just a little quieter. The excitement too remains but is subdued; tempered by the reality of about 10,000 other stories that go live every day. #noproblemEH?
Still, these stories are a bit different because they are more raw. So, the amperage is up a bit.
Good thing that I only have a few hundred more stories in my head; popping up on my morning walk or at 3 a.m.; interrupting my yoga-for-the-comically-inflexible; causing me to suddenly stare off into space…
Dec. 7, 2016
Dogs that bite and other prejudices. “Gather by the River, ” the first of a two-part story by Mitchell Toews
Dec. 8, 2016
Reconsidering the situation. “Gather by the River,” the second of a two-part story by Mitch Toews
Your comments are most welcome!
Previously published stories (3) on CommuterLit: http://commuterlit.com/authors-by-last-name-n-z/authors-t/toews-mitchell/