Readers who have been with us from the early days will remember this author. One of our first – and we still miss her. Leila has found a piece by June, this is what she said:
Talk to Me presents a trap often present in long term marriages: passions wane, life goes on and eventually neither partner says much of anything of import to the other anymore. Ms. Griffin’s story tastefully presents this dilemma: the MC has lost her power to get herself across to her husband, thus a strange pain has set in and she doesn’t know what to do about it.
Q: Do you believe that the problem presented in your story is always fixable? Or does there come a point when it is too late?
Now for something different:
Q: Addressed to the Editors of Literally Stories: Please describe the importance of June Griffin’s importance to the site, especially in the early days. Any trip back to the LS Big Bang would be inaccurately reported on without the mention of her many contributions.
For me June was part of the foundation of Literally Stories. We knew her from the old place where we all met up and she came with us as a reader and commenter and kept us going when times were lean.
She always seemed to me to be a lovely lady and I really hope that she is happy and still writing and knows that we all miss her around these parts.
A note from June.
I offer one last comment: The day that cats moo and cows meow, is the day that Literally Stories will publish a dull story with a Hallmark ending.