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A Confessional Screen

Bare Confession

Culture, Literature, Memoir, Nostalgia, Poetry
Wolverine - Old Man Logan-163

My run on The Kitchen Poet

Literature, Memoir

Pavilion: An Excerpt

Art, Comics, Commentary, Culture, Essays, Fiction, Literature, Memoir, Poetry
Title Image

Heaven Can Wait

A beautiful love letter to dance and the relationships that blur the lines of fleeting and everlasting.

Literature, Memoir
Title Image

Voluntary Mandatory Office Parties

A truthful and hilarious look at that dreaded staple of the desk jockey world: the office party.

Essays, Literature, Memoir
Brookings, S.D.

Day One in America

After sitting in a packed aluminum tube for about fourteen hours, non-stop, I was gleeful to be stretching my legs. I milled about, looking for the check-in counter of Great Lakes Airlines.

Culture, Memoir
Imperial Pub

Soul in the Walls

Culture, Memoir, Nostalgia
comic by artist Glen O'Neill

Embracing my Apatheism

I used to believe in God. Every day, as I went through the motions of high school, I would send up quick prayers to Jesus. I pictured the Almighty as this warm, mystical wind that was carrying me through life.

Commentary, Culture, Memoir
The heart of carrying on

The Heart of Carrying On

Today marks one year since Gabrielle’s death. It’s still hard for me to grasp that she’s gone. We danced together in Grades 11 and 12 back home in Richmond, BC...

Essays, Literature, Memoir
{Memoir} This Is My Proof

{Memoir} This Is My Proof

“I believed, by way of contemplating the future, that we would all be around for one another’s funerals.” - Joan Didion, “After Henry”

Literature, Memoir

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