Ewa Mazierska is historian of film and popular music, who writes short stories in her spare time. She published over thirty short stories in ‘The Longshot Island’, ‘The Adelaide Magazine’, ‘The Fiction Pool’, ‘Literally Stories’, ‘Ragazine’, ‘ ‘BlazeVox’, ‘Red Fez’, ‘Away’, ‘The Bangalore Review’, ‘Shark Reef’, ‘Queen Mob’s Teahouse’ and ‘Mystery Tribune’, among others. Ewa is a Pushcart nominee and her stories were shortlisted in several competitions, including Exeter short story competition and Ink Tears. She was born in Poland, but from mid-1990s lives in Lancashire, UK, with her husband and a teenage son.
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Neighbours & Tourists
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“We called our neighbours by their surnames; this was a custom in our village. Those who came from outside, even if only a neighbouring village and settled among us, were described as ‘T.’s wife’ or ‘K.’s husband’; these people rarely gained an identity of their own.
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