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Robot by the River (A Short Story)

Robot by the River A Short Story For twenty two year old Julia just out of college Vancouver has become a social wasteland Her boyfriend has gone off to London to study art history leaving her feeling abandoned in the not quite de

  • Title: Robot by the River (A Short Story)
  • Author: Doretta Lau
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For twenty two year old Julia, just out of college, Vancouver has become a social wasteland Her boyfriend has gone off to London to study art history, leaving her feeling abandoned in the not quite derelict historic apartment where she is alone surrounded by people While working a series of odd jobs, Julia inadvertently befriends Oliver, one of her aloof neighbors TogetFor twenty two year old Julia, just out of college, Vancouver has become a social wasteland Her boyfriend has gone off to London to study art history, leaving her feeling abandoned in the not quite derelict historic apartment where she is alone surrounded by people While working a series of odd jobs, Julia inadvertently befriends Oliver, one of her aloof neighbors Together, they attempt to cope with the increasing fragmentation of life in the new millennium, in this nostalgic narrative by Journey Prize finalist Doretta Lau.

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    About "Doretta Lau"

    1. Doretta Lau

      Doretta Lau is a journalist who covers arts and culture for Artforum International, South China Morning Post, The Wall Street Journal Asia, and LEAP She completed an MFA in Writing at Columbia University Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Day One, Event, Grain Magazine, Prairie Fire, PRISM International, Ricepaper, sub TERRAIN, and Zen Monster She splits her time between Vancouver and Hong Kong, where she is at work on a novel and a screenplay In 2013, she was a finalist for the Writers Trust of Canada McClelland Stewart Journey Prize How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun Nightwood Editions, 2014 is her debut short story collection.

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