Our Stories Too

Purple Woman by Paulette Turcotte 2015-33

Cover Image of Our Stories Too painted by Paulette Claire Turcotte

Aine Greaney

Massachusetts, USA & Ireland

Two Childhood Homes

Angela Belcher Epps

North Carolina, USA

Perennials

Ann Churcher

England via Malawi

Cold Comforts

Anushree Nande

England via India

Mumbai to Ormskirk

Beryl Kingston 

England

A Phenomenal Stroke of Luck 

Bonnie Bailey Korta

North Carolina, USA

A Southern Child’s Sin

Camilla Trinchieri

New York, New York via Prague, the USA and Rome

Looking

Catherine Alexander

Washington, USA

Dancing on Seventy-Fourth Street

Diane Lowman

Connecticut, USA 

The Seder

Diane Z. DeBella

Colorado, USA

Untouched by Time

Dilnavaz Bamboat 

USA via India

Of Home, Heart and Horror

Farheen B. Khan

Dubai via United Kingdom

Shifting Lands

Glenis Redmond

North Carolina, USA 

Pilgrimage

Jamie K. Reaser

Virginia, USA

Buoyancy

Jan Merry

Australia

1954 The Year of the Stampede

Jasmine Kang

California, USA via India

The Road to My Mother’s Home

Jeannie McGinnis

England via USA

Splitting Watermelon and Inconsequential Fortunes

Joanne Toner

United Kingdom

From North to South and back again

Julie Davies

Australia

Price to Pay

Julie Pimblett

Mexico via Spain via USA

Magic in Catalunya

Kristi Lloyd

Pennsylvania & More

Tumbleweeds

Kristina James

USA

Home

Lav Chintapalli

Texas USA via India

The Unraveling

LaVonne Elaine Roberts

Texas, USA

Host or Hostage

Leona Dean Flowers

Florida, USA

Losing Kelly

Mali Warshofsky

North Carolina via Israel via Poland

Don’t Ask Why

Sharon Blessum

North Carolina via North Dakota, USA

A Place Called Home

Stefanie Durbin

Catalonia via Oregon, USA

Scott Lake

Stephanie Rose Bird 

Chicago, USA

They Called it Paradise

Susan P. Blevins

Texas, USA via Italy and the UK

Fifty Years to Graduation

Sweta Vikram

New York, USA via India

The Gatekeeper

Terri Hadley Ward

West Virginia, USA

Jersey Shrimper

Terry Gomez

New Mexico, USA

An Indian Woman’s Memoir

Seedlings by Gloria Martin

Seedlings by Gloria Martin

Thank you so much to our patient writers for hanging in there, we’re officially ready to publish. December 2015

This issue is in proofing stage. (February 9, 2016)