The Carpenter

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
He married his best friend, and then he married his career. People only knew him by one name: the carpenter.
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Words: 1,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9780992051228
About Libby Schofield

Libby Schofield is a writer and poet based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Her work has appeared online, in magazines, and in three Canadian anthologies, including one with the Elizabeth Bishop Society. She released her first collection of poems and short stories, The Night is Starry, in 2013. Her interests include Tudor history, feather collecting, and the mass consumption of chocolate. To learn more about Libby, her interests, and her upcoming projects visit her website and follow her on Twitter @LibbySometimes.


Review by: Felicia MacKinnon on July 18, 2014 :
The story starts out sweet, like a dream. A forrest cabin, a newly wed couple. Everything seams magical and happy. Yet as the story continues on we see a grim tale of a sad cabin in woods filled with furniture. While one might initially feel sorry for the wife, I feel sorry for the man. He was unable to free himself from the grief of his life. So he spends his time with his furniture, allowing his relationship with his wife to dwindle. Forever trapped in his own crib, witch is the forrest of furniture.
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Review by: David Blake on July 17, 2014 :
An expertly crafted and touching piece of writing.
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