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Tom Osborne


Tom Osborne is an artist and writer living in Maple Ridge, B.C. His books include Please Wait for Attendant to Open Gate, Tenth Avenue Bike Race and Poems of Sonny Ezra, all published by Arsenal Pulp Press.

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Two men have a confrontation in a convenience store. "One is forty-seven; the other is thirty-seven. One has a gun; the other has not." Read more

Prose

The theatre is plush, high-ranking and named after the Queen. I don’t know the name of the play but C does. C brings me to the theatre when I go. I undergo a pleas­ant transformation when I go to the theatre. I wear a tie, black shoes and a sports coat. At first it was difficult, “not my style.” Read more

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