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“Meg Whitefeather” is the pen name of a widely published author and small press editor. She lives in the Midwest and enjoys the outdoors, especially in winter.
“Harold’s Day Out” portrays a partially disabled man who is puzzled at finding himself living in a curiously unreal environment. Events begin to unfold with a biography of Anne Brontë and proceed with enigmatic visitations by other famous authors of British literature, all of whom seem to relate in some way to his physical condition. At the end, readers are invited to decide what becomes of Harold after he is able to throw away his cane.
Meg Whitefeather’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Meg. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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