Journal

The Mothership has Launched

The Mothership has Launched

Psst! Wanna read a story about space travel, pregnancy, and the end of the world? I haven’t been adding to my journal lately (I’ve been working on a book, as well as filming and fixing my house, so I’ve been rather pre-occupied) but my short story, “The Mothership”, is now available for your reading pleasure! Go visit the lovely folks over at Luna Station Quarterly! You can read the story online in Issue 035, or you can buy a copy to…

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Vancouver Radio Museum

Vancouver Radio Museum

Here’s the story: I was digging around online, through newspaper archives and random historical sites, for a news story outlining a long-ago family tragedy, and I stumbled across a link to the Vancouver Radio Museum. This website was last updated in January, 2011 so I hold very little hope that it’s still alive, but there’s some interesting information here, especially if you grew up within the broadcast radius of BC’s Lower Mainland. I do have a fascination for old websites….

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Wendigo Tales

Wendigo Tales

Here’s another audio entry from days gone by… but it’s my FAVORITE, so I can’t let it gather dust on the shelf! Demons lurk in deep forests and dark hearts, but how to deal with them can be a cause for cultural clashes. In this podcast, I chatted for a bit about the wendigo, a North American spirit who turns men into cannibals. If at all possible, you might want to wait until after lunch to listen to this one……

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The Cat and the Karluk

The Cat and the Karluk

Last year, as I was researching a number of topics, I came across a story, and decided to share it. Now, I had been pulling together a podcast entitled ‘Animals of Canada’, but writing is my first love, and podcasting (I learned quite quickly) is no small venture. Still, I have the recordings, and I love three in particular, and they provided a springboard for current work. Here’s the first, still in it’s original form…. The Cat and the Karluk…

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