RED number 19 is now available with pieces by many of the magazine’s regular contributors.
George Arsenault is onboard with another in his “Shutter Stories” series. Dale Small is in there with his story “The Flash”, from his Summerside childhood. Convent Girl, Sylvia Poirier is back with a tale of her adventures as a nursing student aboard the H.M.C.S Queen Charlotte in her piece “Ordinary Wrens.”
Buttressing the back end of RED since day one is Ed MacDonald with another of his lovely lyrical poems, “Skating at Night.” Jill MacIntyre makes an appearance on our REDitorial page with her thoughtful and timely essay, “The Dangers of Monocropping.” Willie Bevan shares his story, “Winter Road,” of a forgotten old road in Fort Augustus and some of the local characters who helped him understand its place in the community. Rick Hancox tells a humorous tale of being banned from a well-known Charlottetown dance club in his story, “I Was Banned from the Rollaway.”
There is also a feature interview with Morrell native and assistant coach of the Boston Celtics, Scott Morrison.