Publication: “The Night the Billado Block Burned Down”

Elizabeth Gauffreau

Main Street, Enosburg Falls, Vermont, February 2, 2005 (Photo credit: St. Albans Messenger, Retrieved from http://www.vtgrandpa.com, 9.1.2019)

View of Main Street Fire from Church Street, Enosburg Falls, Vermont, February 2, 2005 (Photo credit: St. Albans Messenger, Retrieved from http://www.vtgrandpa.com, 9.1.2019) The church in the foreground of the picture is St. Matthew’s Episcopal. My dad was the parish priest there from 1966 – c. 1979.

I’m pleased to share that my short story, “The Night the Billado Block Burned Down,” has been published in the July 29th edition of Metaworker Literary Magazine. The impetus for the story was a 2005 fire in my hometown of Enosburg Falls, Vermont that destroyed one of the downtown blocks. I’ve written about two of the downtown blocks previously, the Perley Block in my debut novel, Telling Sonny, and the Ben Franklin Block in the short story, “Living in the Ben Franklin Block.”

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