Shortlisted for The 2006 Great Canadian Story Contest
A FOREIGN LANGUAGE NOW FAMILIAR
by Terry Carroll
Taking advantage of his parents' absence, young Frederick explored the contents of their trunk-the one they kept in the bedroom, for rather good reasons. Almost four decades later, he's beginning to understand the meaning of what he discovered there.
Shortlisted for The 2005 Golden Horseshoe Story Contest sponsored by the Crime Writers of Canada