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Found this over my morning coffee this morning. A 1973 copy of The Great Gatsby — printed in Kiev, according to the bookstore listing it (they all look a little Russian on the cover, don’t they?) — and a “presumed first … Continue reading
According to Google, it’s the 161st anniversary of Moby Dick by Herman Melville. I’ve read Typee, Omoo, Bartleby the Scrivener… yet I’ve never been able to finish Moby Dick. People elbow me in the ribs and say, “It must be … Continue reading
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I re-read The Great Gatsby for like the 17th time recently. Completely by accident, as it usually happens. I’ll pick it up to read a passage or two, thumb my way to the front, and BOOM! I’m taken in again. I … Continue reading
It’s been 21 years, six months, and about 18 days since Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture was first published. And I have yet to publish — yet to complete — my first novel. How sad is that? I’ve … Continue reading
Here’s a truly Canadian tale. First, let me preface this piece by saying I’ve been on the fence about ebooks, hung up mostly on the fact that they’re not books in the physical sense. I’m not morally opposed to ebooks, … Continue reading
This morning over my morning coffee I stumbled upon a trailer for a new movie, Cloud Atlas. Starring Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, and a bunch of other high-profile bankables, and directed by the two Matrix directors (plus one other…), it … Continue reading
First day of school. Which puts this novel at exactly two years, based on this moveable feast. Wow! Can’t say that I expected to be here still – at least not with the same novel. This novel-writing thing really is … Continue reading
On Thursday evening we were in Grand Marais, MN, about an hour and a half south of Thunder Bay – just went for dinner and a bit of a walk. It’s your typical seaside town: pebble beach, boats waking in … Continue reading