Andrea Johnston’s work has appeared in a number of Canadian publications. She is currently writing short fiction and translating the latest collection by the Quebec poet Patrick Coppens.
Andrea G. Johnston
It’s dark when I get off the bus by the corner store. Not the best area of town. The only other person in sight is lying on the sidewalk. more »
At the Tim Hortons on Young Street in Halifax, a man clears his throat, a rough-looking older guy in the back corner, staring out the window. One knee, angled out from the table, jigs up and down; the rest of him is quite still. A sheet of notepaper lies on the table, unfolded. He looks at it, refolds it, unfolds it, looks at it. more »