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Roger Real Drouin

Island Time

We listen. With the winds coming across, it feels like we’re on an island. A scrabbled, patchy isle in rough seas.
Roger Real Drouin

Roger Real Drouin

Roger Real Drouin is a writer. His short stories have appeared in Potomac Review, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Grey Sparrow Journal, Pif Magazine, Pindelyboz, and elsewhere. His essays have appeared, or are forthcoming, in the journals Border Crossing, Whole Terrain: Journal of Reflective Environmental Practice, Concho River Review, EarthSpeak Magazine, and Sugar Mule. He was named the 2018 John Ringling Towers literary arts grant fellow for a literary nonfiction book he is writing on Florida’s native landscapes and a loyal hound, of which this piece is an excerpt.