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Liz Betz writes from rural Alberta. Her work has been published in numerous places, more recently in SNReview, Transistion, Fiction365, Danforth Review, Persimmon Tree, JMWW and Necessary Fiction. The stories from her often depict rural themes and people approaching or in their senior years. She encourages everyone to never give up on their goals and points out that her retirement years have opened the window to pursue her writing dreams. Follow her journey at


On The Verge

Issue No. 219 ~ August, 2015

“It’s like I have a burnt spot in my brain. I don’t even know what I know. Maybe you should be talking to someone else.” Clara stops. The TV crew waits. A look flits across her face, her attention has passed behind a screen of …