Chalk

By Doug Diaczuk

Chalk
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Shortlisted for a Northern Lit Award

Winner of the 38th Annual 3-Day Novel Writing Contest

Chalk is a tender story about love and loss, following a broken-hearted thirty-something cubicle worker, free-falling from every ledge of his life. Post-break-up and blue, he feels like ... Read more


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Shortlisted for a Northern Lit Award

Winner of the 38th Annual 3-Day Novel Writing Contest

Chalk is a tender story about love and loss, following a broken-hearted thirty-something cubicle worker, free-falling from every ledge of his life. Post-break-up and blue, he feels like nothing matters, that he has become invisible, like a chalk outline on the floor, empty inside.

Doug Diaczuk

Doug Diaczuk is a freelance writer living in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He has a master's degree in English Literature and has worked in the environmental and communications field in Northern Ontario, as well as several years as a freelance journalist. He has been writing since a very young age, enjoys reading and studying Canadian Literature, and is a member of the Northwestern Ontario Writer's Workshop. Chalk is his first published novel.

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