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Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

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Safi, by Toby Vaughan

FictionPosted by editor Tue, August 20, 2013 21:39:37
Reflection on and reaction to Safi, by Toby Vaughan.

Toby Vaughan is a thirty-nine year old business analyst. He has lived in Beijing, Seoul, and London. He is the co-editor and founder of an online short story competition site http://www.overtheredline.com/ has a Masters in Dystopian fiction, and wrote Safi after listening to an interview with a woman whose husband had been a subject of extraordinary rendition by Mossad.


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Posted by Sue Pace Tue, August 27, 2013 07:23:20

I loved this view-of-the-world by a woman who is both powerless and insightful. There is so little we know of the lives of to be found within a marriage and a culture. This was restrained and, thus, elicited such a degree of questioning on the part of the reader. Thank you for writing it.

Posted by Sue Pace Tue, August 27, 2013 07:23:13

I loved this view-of-the-world by a woman who is both powerless and insightful. There is so little we know of the lives of to be found within a marriage and a culture. This was restrained and, thus, elicited such a degree of questioning on the part of the reader. Thank you for writing it.