Fear of Fighting

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Invisible Publishing, 2008 - Fiction - 205 pages
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Combining Stacey May Fowles's sharp prose with Marlena Zuber's whimsical illustrations, Fear of Fighting revolves around Marnie, a broken-hearted young woman fighting for something more in Toronto's lonely, urban landscape.
 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
1
ONE
3
TWO
11
THREE
17
FOUR
21
FIVE
25
SIX
31
SEVEN
33
TWENTYEIGHT
127
TWENTYNINE
131
THIRTY
135
THIRTYONE
139
THIRTYTWO
145
THIRTYTHREE
147
THIRTYFOUR
149
THIRTYFIVE
153

EIGHT
39
NINE
43
TEN
49
ELEVEN
55
TWELVE
61
THIRTEEN
67
FOURTEEN
69
FIFTEEN
73
SIXTEEN
77
SEVENTEEN
79
EIGHTEEN
85
NINETEEN
89
TWENTY
93
TWENTYONE
97
TWENTYTWO
101
TWENTYTHREE
105
TWENTYFOUR
109
TWENTYFIVE
111
TWENTYSIX
117
TWENTYSEVEN
123
THIRTYSIX
155
THIRTYSEVEN
159
THIRTYEIGHT
163
THIRTYNINE
165
FOURTY
173
FOURTYONE
175
FOURTYTWO
177
FOURTYTHREE
183
FOURTYFOUR
185
FOURTYFIVE
189
FOURTYSIX
191
FOURTYSEVEN
195
FOURTYEIGHT
199
FOURTYNINE
203
FIFTY
207
FIFTYONE
209
EPILOGUE
213
Acknowledgements Stacey May Fowles
219
Acknowledgements Marlena Zuber
221
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About the author (2008)

Stacey May Fowles's written work has been published in various online and print magazines, including Kiss Machine, Girlistic, the Absinthe Literary Review, and subTERRAIN. Her first novel, Be Good, was published with Tightrope Books. She currently lives in Toronto and is the publisher of Shameless Magazine.Marlena Zuber is a freelance illustrator and artist. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design and her illustrations have appeared in various publications including the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, BUST Magazine and Print Magazine.

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