Past Tense

Past Tense

Nancy Drew Revisioned


In Chapter Three we met Nancy’s swell dad, Carson Drew,
who encouraged her to get married and enter therapy…uh oh!




O, Othello! O, Tragic Man!

[as seen on a Canadian Stage, in 2001]


Past Tense


“Writing. Opening a vein in your wrist with a spoon.”
The Way the Crow Flies

Cloud 9

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Belle Moral

Belle Moral


“In my dream, I was wrapped up snug in that old tartan shall. It was warm like her voice.”

Past Tense

There is a breeze


“There is a breeze. Caressing the long grass; rippling the leaves in the elm high above, where two or three crows dot the new foliage; lifting the yellow ringlets of the girl to his right. Marjorie. Kissing the curls of the girl to his left. Grace. Playing at the hems of their dresses, their innocent white knees. Mr. March is standing between them in his big grey suit.”
— The Way the Crow Flies

The official website of Canadian author, playwright and actor Ann-Marie MacDonald.