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Reading Dickens

Yesterday, November 29, 2009, I read Stave four of A Christmas Carol. Other readers were Sean Adams, Ester Bryan, Anne-Marie Lee, Laurence Wall (CBC Ottawa New Editor) (#989) Continue reading

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Circling the Moon

I invoke the spirit of Jack Wright whose light was the heart of our theatre Rosamund Laberge who awoke the strings in our children Berenice Dickson who created our dancers for a dime each week Rose Stephens who made theatre … Continue reading

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1970 Christmas Eve near the Rio Grande in our trailer in the orange grove firecrackers dogs and roosters repeat the bang bark cockadoodle sporadically all night We miss the hush of snow much as kids miss daddies tokin’ it up … Continue reading

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