Maggie Clark


Maggie Clark’s poetry has appeared in Ryga, ditch, The Pedestal and RATTLE, her prose in The Danforth Review and forthcoming in Lightspeed Magazine. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Maggie moved to attend the University of Waterloo, where she completed a joint honours in Political Science and English Literature, but acquired her greatest lessons from two years as full-time Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper. From there, deeply influenced by Picasso’s assertion that “Art is the lie that helps us realize truth,” Maggie began exploring other narrative forms and has since seen her first play read at the 2010 Magnetic North Theatre Festival, as well as on-going writing opportunities emerge in film. Though fiction remains her form of choice, Maggie intends to let all future stories take the shape they most call out for — wherever this process might lead.


Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,940. Language: English. Published: April 23, 2011 by Vagabondage Press LLC. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
When a missing person’s case collides with a mysterious website in the thick of office politics, news editor Chris struggles to balance a sense of futility with her desire to get at the truth.

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