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Elizabeth Reapy- "Moving Statues". Emerging Women Writers. March 23 to March 29. Irish Short Story Week is now officially turned into a month long event, between March 12 and April 11.
I will do an update on the event so far soon in which I will list all of the new posts and set out my plans for the remainder of the event. (if I miss yours it is an oversight so please tell me and I will fix it right away). Everyone is invited to join us.
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All you are asked to do is post on one Irish short story and let me know of your post. There have already been two guest posts so far and you are more than welcome to do one on The Reading Life. If you are interested in doing this you can simply email me your content and I will post it with all due credit and links to you, of course. You do not at all have to follow my schedule.
At the end of the challenge I will do, as I did in 2011, a master post on all of the great participants. I have already posted on a very moving story by Kate Ferguson, "Mouse" which reminded me a lot of an early Katherine Mansfield story and a story that kind of takes Chekhov to another level, "Vronsky's Teeth" by Sheila Miller. (My reasons for focusing on Emerging Irish Women Writers are here.
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I decided to post on Elizabeth Reapy (her official bio will be included) because I liked her "Moving Statues" a great deal,it is very different from the first two stories I read for this segment of Irish Short Stories Week Year Two and to make sure my readers know about the online journal that she cofounded and of which she is now editor, Wordlegs. "Moving Statues" is about a young woman seemingly in her late teens or early twenties.
Reapy's prose is very lean with a bit of a refreshing hard edge to it. You can see the flavor of her excellent prose in the opening few sentences of the story.
I’m not sure about miracles. Or God. If there was such things then why did my Dad and my brother Matthew get killed. Four years ago in 1981.
Out fishing and a wave turned them over. Both good swimmers. Both drowned. And my Mam, well, she’s been drowning ever since. And we’re all getting drowned this summer. I think there has been about three days that didn’t rain since I got my school holidays from the Convent.
The only decent thing this summer has been Live Aid. And Micháel McHugh from McHughs’ Shop in the village. One day the daughter hears that a statue of Mary has moved on its own power. The daughter hopes this might be the news that will get her mother to break out of her terrible downward cycle.
At first the mother is not interested in this just like she is not interested anything else.