This is the Writer's
Corner highlighting a variety of short stories written about or by New
Brunswickers. Not all authors are published but the stories' plots are all
imaginative, thought-provoking and enjoyable reading. As interest grows in this
section, more will be added. If you feel you want to have your stories placed
in this section, simply send a draft to our
office. We'll look it over and
let you know if it's suitable.
Each story below is
accompanied by a brief review. We in no way wish to criticize any of the
efforts submitted; however, they must meet minimum requirements or we just
won't put them up!
Read on and enjoy what these talented
writers have to say.
Little Treasures by Brigitte Greene of Saint John, this is one to
Search for Shinto by Colin Curtis, a native from Blackville. Colin's latest
story is a look into the ancient religion of Shinto in Japan.
Enochs Wake by Barry Hatt, a story that reminds us of a simplier time
on the east coast.
Day Adventures by Barry Hatt, here's a story I'm sure a lot of you weekend
adventures can relate to.
McConnell and The Case of The Missing Wagon by Barry Hatt, a funny little
Look at Our Seafaring Past by Barry Hatt, you may find yourself saying
"Arr", when your done reading!.
Wonder Fish by Nonie Creaghan, a children story from the Miramichi
Kick to the Psyche by Colin Curtis, a Blackville native writing about his
life in Japan.
Break In The Rain by Colin Curtis, a Blackville native writing about his
life in Japan.
Schools by Barry Hatt. This is a story I'm sure some of the locals will be
able to relate to.
Seely Privateer by, Barry Hatt. A look back at our roots.
Treasure by, Barry Hatt. A story of refound memories.
Factor by, Barry Hatt. A story I think we can all relate to.
Man I Never Got to Know by Anne-Marie Caissie
- My Lost
NHL Career Another great short story by local writer, Barry
- Are We
Really Alone? A new mystery as told to Barry Hatt.
Cougar Revisited Another great addition to the Mystic of the Eastern Cougar
by Barry Hatt.
with the Eastern Cougar by Barry Hatt. Mr Hatt lives in Dumphries. If you
have any cougar stories that you would like to share, his e-mail address is
Cat by Barry Hatt. Since I wrote my cougar story, I have received many
accounts from others who have had their own exciting experience with the
cougar. The experiences remain etched in the minds of the people to whom they
happened. Vern M. Garnett is such a person.
Haunting of Mariner's old barn A halloween treat from, Barry L.
Way by Natasha Arseneau This poem, written by 12 year old Natasha,
shows talent beyond her years. I expect great things from this young writer,
but of course I would, I'm her father.
by Natasha Arseneau This is another sample of Natasha's work, so
much depth for such a young age, truly a talent.
the Night by Robert Ervin Layden This is our latest entry from
author Robert Ervin Layden. This is a story that to some, may be unpleasant but
to others, perhaps not.
Past by Karen Wallace-Shephard A romance is kindled in the corporate
Step Back By Fran Dincorn A fantasy tale with a passage into our
Of The Swamp By Fran Dincorn A horror story with all the
Orphan By Fran Dincorn A story telling the tale of one orphan who
come from one hardship just to face another. Although this is a fictional story
it gives the reader a sense of the hardships that were endured during the turn
of the century.
Hoax By Fran Dincorn Vampires in New Brunswick, is that possible?
Read on and find out for yourself.
and the Fat Boy in the Mud by Robert Ervin Layden A short story on
the hazards of fishing.
by Robert Ervin Layden A story of country life's ups and downs and
the hard lessons of life.