Hometown winner

From Briarpatch Magazine:

The top entry from the Regina area was David Gane’s But we do it anyway,” which will be featured online. David will also enjoy a free lunch date at The Willow on Wascana with award-winning author Sandra Birdsell

I will share it with you once it is published.

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