Monthly Archives: September 2008

Review: I Claudia by Kristen Thomson

When I see the dreaded words, “This show has no intermission” outside the auditorium, my heart sinks as I begin having second thoughts about making the hour-plus drive from Cornwall to Ottawa, dropping a hundred dollars and change on dinner … Continue reading

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Deadly Ignorance

Harper thinks the arts are practised by rich farts who drive in limousines to galas most obscene. He doesn’t realize the arts are little guys and girls of every station who work across this nation at jobs for minimum wage … Continue reading

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On the morning of the fourth day, Joe Toadamundo awoke to find a large fleshy mass lying in bed with him. It was pink and stank of diesel oil. He shrank away from it, pulling covers around him. “You’re hogging … Continue reading

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