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Rhonda Waterfall


Rhonda Waterfall is the author of The Only Thing I Have, a collection of short stories published by Arsenal Pulp Press. She lives in Vancouver. 

“Thank Christ,” says Dieter when I finally wake up. “I thought you were dead.” more

Dispatches

"She took the starfish home and they ate sushi and green-tea ice cream and then made love on the living room floor in front of a crackling fire." more

Postcard Story Contest

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Rhonda Waterfall reviews The Pharmacist's Mate by Amy Fusselman, just under 100 pages of minimalist prose called "a brief miracle of a book." more

Reviews

She opened her date book. One Post-It Note said, Pick up alfredo sauce and the other said, Have sex with a stranger. more

Short Stories

In his hotel room the director took a mouthful of Scotch, swallowed a Viagra and then headed off to the gala. more

Short Stories

The phone rings at 11:30 at night and as soon as you hear your father’s voice you know something bad has happened. more

Short Stories

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I submitted three poems to my favourite literary mag. They returned the poems with a standard rejection form, but someone had handwritten “interesting work—do try us again” on the form. Is this for real, or do they say it to everyone, or what?

—Newbie in Niagara Falls

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