A Thunder Bay Story

A Thunder Bay Story
Julia Ann Roy, a black woman, a former slave, illiterate, mothering seven children in 19th century Port Arthur by operating a busy bawdy house on Elgin Street was notorious and shunned. She and her collection of black children are the subject of James Stevens' forthcoming book.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Short Story Lovers

If you like short fiction, as I do, here is a good link. http://www.classicshorts.com/index.shtml. Just finished a Katherine Masefield story, The Garden Party. Masefield is one of my all time favs for short stories.

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