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Windmills – “Wake Up Calls”

Windmills - Collage - Horizontal - 3 copy

Another story is available in print… In Australia!!!  “Wake Up Calls” is the name of this newly published story.  It’s about this time that my buddy almost died from a severe diabetic low blood sugar, and involves seizures and wooden spoons.  Windmills is a little magazine published through the Deakin University Student Writing Group.  There is something absolutely lovely about receiving a little envelope from the other side of the world with a magazine in it, and knowing that a group of students sat around a table together, read my story, and concurred “This is good enough for our publication.”

You can query about ordering a magazine at the email address: words@deakin.edu.au, but as of now, the website is defunct.

Words@Deakin is a group of Deakin University students in Literary Studies and Creative Writing at the Waurn Ponds campus, working together with two staff members, Dr Maria Takolander and Associate Professor David McCooey.

Windmills - Collage - Horizontal - 3 copy

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