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If you haven’t discovered this yet, the 33 1/3 imprint from Continuum Books is this series of tiny mind bombs in which authors are invited to interpret an album any way they want: from the technical (Dai Griffiths’ interpretation of ‘OK Computer’ should be his PhD thesis) to the post-apocalyptic dreamscape novelette Kate Schatz’s oracled off of PJ Harvey’s ‘Rid of Me’ Album.

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Happy New Year to all!

As we count down toward the launch of Kegedonce’ new website, I have a few stray snips of news to weave for you, up-to-the-minute reports on my character development (joking) and interesting facts from the rest of the world.

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One of my favourite all time graphic novel artists and writers is Jeffrey Brown. I have followed his wily ways in “Be a Man” and “Every Girl is the End of the World for Me” (What a title!)

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I love recovery literature. I do. I am the biggest cheerleader for anyone with the courage to strive for sobriety and sanity because this inspires me to remember my own dreams, my own path, and to keep going.

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hello, hello, hello!

just got back to kamloops, bc, after the awesome launch of the new anthology by Kegedonce Press,
“W’ daub Awae” = Speaking True………

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