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has Bryan leaving journalism to fundraise for an inner city youth center, located in the national capital on the lead-up to a national election. He soon finds himself face-to-face with gritty youth living on the edge with little hope, often rural drifters landing on the street, facing other troubles, while social media reigns, their daily pursuit that rarely breaks open their solitudes. Bryan and Barbara, his colleague, work with the youth to find a common ground for moving forward, looking for connections and love, a reality that becomes dominant for all over the span of a week that this story follows

about the author
Kevin Morris has drawn his inspiration for this story from his experiences in community and international development, and careers in artist-run-centres, pottery, and teaching. Hey
and his partner have moved into a rural region north of the national capital.


His previous publishing is: short story in
The Antigonish Review, and In Times Wanting, a novel.

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Venosta station renovation project

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