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It starts with a man at an encampment somewhere in what might be Northern Ontario, miles from the nearest road. Who he is or why he's there is not clear. Is he possibly being held against his will? Perhaps. Or perhaps the strings keeping him there have been more complicated than outright confinement. It's unclear. To be sure, his hands are not physically tied …

JOE DAVIES' short fiction has appeared widely in Canada, but also in England, Ireland, Wales, India, and the US, in such magazines and journals as Rampike, the Dalhousie Review, HCE Review, Exile, PRISM International, Foliate Oak, Grain, the Manchester Review, and previously in Queen's Quarterly. He lives in Peterborough, Ontario, with his family.

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