Category Archives: The Butcher Shop

Milk and Honey: Revised Prologue

It was a most usual night, the evening Luc called. I had spread a coat of disinfectant across the textured cement floor of Westhills Safeway’s recently renovated butcher shop. Thick white foam bubbled and popped at my feet as I … Continue reading

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Luc on Tape: Chapter Six

…While this section of the novel is disturbingly chauvinistic, it reflects neither the views of the author nor the sentiment of the novel as a whole… please read with this in mind… Act Six, Scene One:  Two men (Luc Louis … Continue reading

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The Butcher Shop (One)

As many of you may be aware, I am not-so-fresh off a ten year stint at one of Calgary’s most respected butcher shops.  There is not enough digital ink in even the largest of hard-drives to relate to you, my … Continue reading

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