Looking for Anne of Green Gables
A fan-pilgrim expects to find a special world, a sense of belonging. I just wasn’t sure what I’d find on Anne’s island.
go off inside me
” Though I assumed this was just an expression, the cows really did cross right next to our cottage, a plain beige-sided box built for summer living.
forcedWho should I be?
Akage no An
The Blythes are Quotedhad
Shannon Fandler is a Philadelphia-area writer whose work has appeared in Vela, Hippocampus, Apiary, and elsewhere. She is a 2017 Edward F. Albee Fellow. She teaches at Rutgers University - Camden and is a staff writer for Child's World NEWS.
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