Monthly Archives: May 2011

Woodgold Disappears

Over at the Fraser Institute Ministry of Truth, in a secluded lab in the depths of the building, Woodgold was wired up like a Christmas tree to some kind of skullcap mesh of electrodes. He was in an induced coma-state. … Continue reading

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On Virtue

Of everyone I know personally very few were more community-minded than social justice activist and writer Sandy Cameron. *           *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. On Virtue

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Resistance is not Futile

For as thinking keeps company with consciousness, so the latter is influenced by the contextual meaning of words, which determine the composition of identity and self. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. … Continue reading

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Bee Stings

The creative afterglow sets in; I descend to my basest mental impulses. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. Bee Stings

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The Hackers Visit the Downtown Eastside

“Well men,” said Woodgold, “time for me to split. Thanks for a job well done. I think you’ve set back gentrification in the Downtown Eastside for quite a while, and, as an added bonus, you’re all somewhat better off, too.” … Continue reading

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Walk4Justice

A research report titled Stolen Sisters states that at least 600 women have disappeared or been killed across Canada in the last three decades. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. Walk4Justice

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Bring Out Your Dead

We – a collective of authors delegated with the task of collecting writers’ bodies because we knew their location – had just come up to Woodgold’s garret. We had placed his body in the back of the cart, and had … Continue reading

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