Monday, August 08, 2011

New Fiction by Vesper

Vesper (the wonderfully talented and intellectually gifted Cora Pop) is a well known presence in the blogging world through her blog Chick with a Quill. Today we’re proud to present a short story by her that, although it exceeds our normal lengths, was such an intriguing read that our editors couldn’t pass it up. It’s called “It came from Planet Mars.”

She hails from Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec, which is not so very far from my favorite town in all the world- Montreal. I lived in Toronto for six years and Montreal for six months, and during that time I came to love the imaginative scope of Canadian writers.
When you read Cora’s story, you’ll see why. Click here to read it.

6 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Oh I definitely want to check that out.

Vesper said...

Rick, what can I say... You're too kind... you're wonderful!
:-) :-) :-)

Rick said...

It's the influence of the White Cat, Vesper. (Besides, of course, you being a wonderful writer.)

Rick said...

Charles, she creates a wonderfully eerie mood that reminds me of William Jones's writing in "The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson."

Christine Purcell said...

Going to read it now!

Rick said...

Enjoy, Christine.