Robert M Smith
Smith is a translator and writer from Montreal. In the past year, he has been interviewed in Italian, and published a poem in Chinese in the Chinese Poetry International Quarterly and dozens of texts on Retort Magazine. He is writing a book about homeless people for the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.
[ fiction - september 05 ]
A short story about meetings.
[ fiction - july 05 ]
A short story about bombs.
[ fiction - may 05 ]
A short story about growing up.
[ fiction - april 05 ]
A short story about death.
[ fiction - december 04 ]
A short story about relationships.
[ fiction - october 04 ]
"We have freaks who can recite poetry inspired by the devils of Babylon! Step right up, it's the greatest show on earth!"
[ fiction - july 04 ]
"Devoured by her own sense of righteousness, which no one else seemed to adhere to, she left."
[ fiction - march 04 ]
"I want to tell you about a mercenary I met in Vancouver, in May 1968. I thought he was an anomaly among the peace and love propaganda that was prevalent during those years."
[ fiction - february 04 ]
"Picture a wild man on the loose, like Godzilla unleashed on Cleveland, Ohio. Picture King Kong climbing the Empire State Building, with a woman in one hand, and a jet airplane in the other. Well, that's how I feel."