The Telegram’s editorial page editor, columnist and acclaimed author Russell Wangersky has released a new short story “Three Days” in digital format.
it was announced today by Anansi Digital as part of its summer reading campaign.
A news release notes that Anansi Digital is House of Anansi’s digital-only imprint that publishes literary works by emerging and established authors whose work is best showcased in the digital environment
Wangersky is a 2012 Scotiabank-Giller Prize finalist for his collection of short stories “Whirl Away.”
In “Three Days” Wangersky brings readers a story about an ill old man who is living alone in his house. Sick in bed for three days, Arthur Simmons ponders life, living and the sometimes difficult relationships he has with family members.
Wangersky has also won the British Columbia National Award for Non-Fiction (Burning Down the House: Fighting Fires and Losing Myself); the BMO Winterset Award (The Glass Harmonica) and has been nominated for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize (The Hour of Bad Decisions).