My newest book, YesterCanada: Historical Tales of Mystery and Adventure, is available online from Amazon. It presents 30 historical tales spanning this great land & the centuries from the 1200s to the 1900s.
Here are a few of the mysteries you'll find in its pages: Where in the icy Arctic is the lost Vancouver-based ship Baychimo? Who rang the chapel bell in Tadoussac, Quebec one foggy April night in 1782?
Why did a Minnesota farmer abandon his farm, walk to Saskatchewan, & build an ocean-going ship far from any ocean?
A story I'm partial to that was read by FICTION many moons ago, "Dreams of Lillian Wu," will appear in Corvus Review's winter issue.
Joanna M. Weston
A haiku up at the Brass Bell, with the theme HomePlace. Scroll down and you'll find it, alphabetical by first names.