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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Blind Date
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Craig has been watching the young woman in the apartment across from his dance every night alone. She has never responded to his tentative waves. When Craig tries to slip a note under her door, asking for a dance, she comes to the door; Craig realises she is blind. Lisa accepts his offer.

Affiliation Notes

  • Writing Disability in Australia

    Type of disability

    Blindness.

    Type of character Primary.
    Point of view First person (not the blind character).

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Short and Twisted : Stories and Poems with a Twist 2009 Kathryn Duncan (editor), Knoxfield : Celapene Press , 2009 Z1590587 2009 anthology short story poetry 'Short and Twisted 2009 wraps its way around your mind in a collection of short stories and poems that deliver a chuckle, make you feel good and make you think. Just when you believe you have the twist worked out, you might be surprised - or are you? Once again filled with crime, humour and drama, these well-crafted stories play with your mind until the final twist gets you in the end.' (Publisher's blurb) Knoxfield : Celapene Press , 2009 pg. 133-134
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