Year: 2014

A Day in the Life of WordPress Darling Trent Fucking Lewin

            Wake up.  What country is this?             Downstairs, the doorman greets me.  “Hello Mr. Lewin, how are you?”             “Fucking.  Address me as Trent Fucking Lewin please.”             “Oh, I see.  How quaintly Canadian.”             “Do you know Hook?  Do you know Hookie?  Tell me right now you fucker!”             Doorman looks confused.  Tries […]

Culpepper Pipe: One Version of Many

<<<Hi all, apologies for not having visited of late, I have been travelling like mad.  Below is a new story with a couple points of view (one Kate, one Mark).  I originally wrote the Kate parts and handed them over to Shards (http://shardsofdubois.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/culpepper-pipe-a-strange-collaboration-of-sorts/; her version is posted under this link) and Mark (http://markpaxson.com/2014/06/01/the-thunder-had-gone/; his version […]

The Babysitting Solution to Ennui

            “Mickey, eat something.  Play a video game.  Go on a date.  Play a video game on a date.  Doesn’t matter.  Just do something, okay hun?”  Elia hands Mickey the keys.  “We’ll be back around 3.  Food will be here around 5.  Okay hun?  Don’t get bored.  Take care of the kids.  Stay cool.”             […]

Interview with T. Lewin

http://www.570news.com/2014/03/14/friday-mar-14-2014-1pm/ If I ever say “you know” again, I’m going to pull my hair out.  This is an interview with Gary Doyle (he was super nice) on 570 AM local news, my part starts at about 9:30 of the file.  My sincerest apologies for flogging myself this way, just pretty excited about all the attention […]

CBC Short Story Prize

Hi all.  Made the short-list for CBC’s short story prize – grand prize winner to be announced later in March.  You can read the story, see a photo!, and read a short interview here: http://www.cbc.ca/books/canadawrites/2014/03/2014-cbc-short-story-prize-the-finalists.html I think there’s a voting mechanism, so if you like the story and are of a mind… I’d highly appreciate […]

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