The Marginal Ride Anthology
What is it like to be marginalized? To be misunderstood and unable to connect? Have no legal status in a foreign country? Left out of an all-consuming, all-performing society? Or worse, abandoned by your own family? A woman forgets her husband’s name, a man wants to be Noah, a bandy-legged thug decides life and death, a mother abandons a young girl on a boat, kids look at the world through a bowl of spoiled rice, death’s twilight approaches—these stories and more are the grist of The Marginal Ride anthology. Eclectic in style, unflinchingly loyal to the art of short fiction, eight Canadian and American writers present a brilliant array of themes that will leave you wanting for more.
Stories by: Sang Kim, Jerry Levy, Tim Niedermann, Michael Mirolla, Ursula Pflug, Ian Thomas Shaw, Geza Tatrallyay and Caroline Vu.