Ivaan Kotulsky left the planet on 6 December 2008, but so much of him remains here on earth - his art, his humour, his photographs, his huge personality, his generous heart, his optimistic spirit, his boundless love, together with our memories of him - that this blog is a virtual Museum of Ivaan.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
I'm quite exhilarated to see the cover of the 40th anniversary issue of Prairie Fire with my name on the cover. I haven't received my copy in the mail yet, but anticipation is always at least as pleasurable as the event itself.
I issue this disclaimer to anyone who is thinking of reading my story, The Bath Lottery. It's l-o-n-g, as short stories go, and while it's a story about women, it's not an upbeat story of women's empowerment and solidarity, and there are no hearty laughs in it. But it's a story about the basic goodness of human beings in desperate times.
If you do read it, I'll be interested in hearing what you think.
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