The Howling Owl
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The Howling Owl

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A Visit to Virginia Woolf

And her sister, Vanessa Bell

Photo by Lina Herold on Unsplash

Our train pulls into Victoria Station. A guard on the platform wheels a ramp to the door. I scan the carriage and there, right enough, is a man in a wheelchair.

‘How impressive is that?’ I say to my sister as we walk to the ticket barrier. ‘That guard was in the right place at the right time, with the right ramp…

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The Howling Owl is a new juried publication featuring poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews. The publication is new — March 2022 — and will change over time.

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Michelle Scorziello

Michelle Scorziello

I am a special needs teacher who loves to read and write.

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