Toews, Mitchell

Mitchell Toews and wife Janice recently consolidated life at their lakeshore cottage in the boreal primeval of Manitoba’s shield country. They left the Emily Carr skies of BC for the Group of Seven granite outcroppings and jack pines of the Whiteshell Provincial Park. Don’t be fooled by the satellite dishes sprouting like mushrooms atop their 1950 cabin roof, they are striving to live a simple life.

Mitchell has had short stories published in CommuterLit, Fiction on the Web and Rhubarb Magazine.

Stories: Breezy and the Six -Pack Sneaker 

The Fifty Dollar Sewing Machine

Frozen Tag

South of Oromocto Depths

The Business of Saving Souls