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Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s breakout thriller is an elegy for real-life victims

The hottest novel of the year to date, and quite likely the year overall, is Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s The Devil You Know. It’s an atmospheric thriller set in the Paul Bernardo era, featuring a young reporter who is haunted by the murder of a childhood friend and who is now being stalked by an unknown man. 1,800 more words

Entertainment

Low Chateau session photos 1976

In 1976 Ricky Gardiner played guitar on the Low David Bowie sessions in Paris at the Chateau d’Herouville.
Ricky Gardiner took some photographs in the downtime. 40 more words

David Bowie

Quote of the Week

Carey is a Brooklyn boy who never went far in high school but has acted in 16 films and six TV shows. He says: “What I really want to do is write. 179 more words

Timothy Carey

newpoetry.ca

George Murray’s newpoetry.ca features my visual poem “Game of Life: A User’s Manual”:

Concrete / Visual Poetry

How Is Organic Chocolate Different?

Organic chocolate products begin with growing and harvesting cocoa according to organic methods.

The Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA) of 1990 and regulations in Title 7, Part 205 of the Code of Federal Regulations define and govern “organic” production. 543 more words

Health And Fitness

THE THIN MAN, A SCULPTURE

On page 8 of “Act One”, George Murray’s book of poems, is my personal favorite, entitled, “THE THIN MAN, A SCULPTURE”.  Well, perhaps it’s not my favorite, but we (his children) grew up with two sculptures of thin men in our home, one or both of which inspired him to write this poem, so the title was often in our minds.   147 more words

George Murray