A TRANSCENDENT Excerpt: “Candlesticks” by Chris Campeau

It came with little surprise to Dom that Oma was up and walking the house in the middle of the night. The nursing staff at Immaculate warned him that it might happen. Miranda, the placement student, told him that it was common for the elderly to sleepwalk. Dom crept out of bed and crossed the…

Something Written This Way Comes: A Writer’s October by Chris Campeau

I think Ray Bradbury said it best in The October Country: “That country whose people are autumn people, thinking only autumn thoughts. Whose people passing at night on the empty walks sound like rain.” Like me and countless others, Ray Bradbury no doubt waited year-round to revel in October’s allure: the nostalgic scent of damp,…

Our TRANSCENDENT Authors: a Featured Interview with Chris Campeau

In our new author series, we’ll be offering a clairvoyant peek behind the veil of who and what makes up TRANSCENDENT. Here’s a glimpse at Chris Campeau and his story “Candlesticks.”   ABOUT THE STORY What inspired your story? I used to visit my grandparents’ nursing home when I was a kid. Some of the…