“As a writer, this is what [Jessica Grant] has taught me: to leave questions, and to leave a sense of mystery, so that there’s some room for the reader to insert themselves into a story. It becomes something of a make your own adventure.” – Sharon Bala
What do a brazilian wax client, a cancer patient, a not-white guy from St. John’s, meeting someone in a bar, and city legend “Trixie”/Marilyn have in common? This month’s episode is about awkward moments and interactions.
Lisa Moore reads and discusses “The Jaw Bone Box” by her former student, Matthew Lewis. She is currently compiling an anthology of work from Matthew and his writing group,to be published by Breakwater Books, titled Racket.
Episode 1 features kids talking about love; a love story from the St. John’s Battery; your horror stories about online dating; a brave demonstration of the perfect kiss; plus the woes and wonders of a first kiss.