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Typing & tip sheets

I’m a little out of it today. This week my evenings have been spent staying up far too late reading The Hunger Games, since the third and final book comes out on the 24th. Everyone at work is laughing at … Continue reading

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More victory! More dances!

Big news today! We finally received confirmation from the Canada Book Fund that I will, in fact, continue my paid internship until March 31, 2011. I have a big two-four of Heineken in my trunk as a special thank-you to … Continue reading

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The Big Count

Last night I dreamed about cardboard boxes. There was one on the kitchen floor, and I accidentally fell in — and then, when I hit the bottom, I fell into another box. And another! My kitchen floor was just a … Continue reading

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A day at the shop

This is, admittedly, a very belated post, but I thought some of you might be interested in how I spent one of my first work days at the shop on January 5th. The first thing I learned didn’t have much … Continue reading

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Marketing (1995): Muffins

In 1995, albeit thirty years late, I released my first vinyl 45.Novelist Leon Rooke is blessed with a reading voice for performance and a stage presence that combines the impassioned evangelism of a Jimmy Swaggert with the dark helliery of … Continue reading

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