Sister Thresa’s Acting Class. fiction by Pat Jourdan

Sister Thresa’s Acting Class    1 A card on the school noticeboard announced that any girl wishing to join Sister Theresa’s Acting Class should go to the hall in the lower corridor after school on Tuesdays. At four p.m. exactly, with all our homework packed into bags and briefcases, eight of us showed up. The firstContinue reading “Sister Thresa’s Acting Class. fiction by Pat Jourdan”

Thanks to the Punk. A poem by Pat Jourdan                           

Thanks to the Punk Thanks to the punk who bothered to do a bit of neat graffiti by the bank. You changed my life, stripped away all that flim flam about democracy. Your neat row of Xs showed our ration of the stuff. “Your entire life’s share” it said along Lloyd’s trim brick wall. EveryContinue reading “Thanks to the Punk. A poem by Pat Jourdan                           “