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Virginia and Roger

I have lost friends, some by death… others through sheer inability to cross the street. In this madly slap-dash way we’re living, with twisted wires limply cascading from our ears and the steady thrum of recorded voice pressing against our … Continue reading

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I meant to write about death, only life came breaking in as usual. —  Virginia Woolf The woman has been dead a month. I have a few hours to turn it around, the obituary I am writing, before my editor … Continue reading

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Angelica Garnett

I got bumped by Virginia Woolf’s niece this morning. Fetched the newspaper and carted it up to bed with my coffee. Opened up the obituaries page, expecting to see my piece on Canadian Aboriginal activist Lillian McGregor, but instead discovered … Continue reading

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