The Lovely Miss Granizo – A Short Story

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It had been many years since Jemima Barlow entered into the front doors of her primary school. Her heart leapt when she spotted a portrait of her first-grade teacher, Miss Kravitz, hanging on the wall beside the school’s namesake, Sarah Swain. Her shifty eyes and sinister smile seemed to taunt Jemima, awakening a nightmare from long ago—but then, the lovely Miss Granizo came to mind…

 

Originally titled, Even a Beautiful Swan, this short story placed 1st in the 2015 Midwest Writer’s Guild annual contest

2 reviews for The Lovely Miss Granizo – A Short Story

  1. Jocelyne

    This is a short novella, interesting, fast-paced, and well written. The characters are intriguing. Emma Stansfield did a great job with the narration.

  2. Norma Miles

    Always the last to be picked.”
    A short story lacked with imagery.
    The primary school attended by Jemima Barlow years before has long since closed, but the building still runs art classes. Attending one, Jemima recalls her time there, teachers, her friend, fellow students and the parents, including her own.
    An absolutely delightful slice of personal, but universal, remembrance.
    Beautifully read by Emma Stanfield, whose performance adds to the experience.

    With thanks to the rights holder of The Lovely Miss Granizo, who, at my request, freely gifted me with a complimentary copy, via Audiobooks Unleashed. So much lacked into so little time. Recommended

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