Heather Tucker

Heather Tucker

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Heather Tucker is the winner of the Writers’ Union of Canada short prose competition, a finalist for the PRISM International Non-Fiction contest, a finalist for The Malahat Review’s: Novella Prize, Constance Rooke Creative Non-Fiction Prize, Open Season Award and Far Horizons Award. She is a four time winner of the WCDR Short Story competitions. Throughout an eclectic career in the health sciences, Heather discovered that playing with words is more fun than working with them. Her stories have appeared in anthologies and literary journals.

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Fall 2013 Issue

With All the Trouble Jesus Went Through He Should at Least Get a Jelly Bean

Winner, 2013 Literal Latte Short Short Contest.
Dad’s taken Charlie ahead to ball practice while I continue to scour Sideline 22 for Mom’s uterus. Mom’s always losing something. I don’t mind being left to carry out search and rescue. I suck at ball. Besides, any minute now Lori Penter will be coming home from her piano lesson. She’s forbidden to talk to me on account of the holy war, but if she was allowed, she’d say hi — maybe.

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