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After The Parade

after the parade
a street littered with paper
and fallen arches

Paul Conneally
Leicester, UK
March 2015


On Writing and Istanbul, Orhan Pamuk's THE BLACK BOOK

“Each life is unique!” cried the magazine writer. “A story is a story only when it has no equal. Every writer is poor and all alone.”

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An Uphill Struggle

An Uphill Struggle
Paul Conneally
March 24 2015


working girl - street danger

The “White Slave Trade”

In 1913 a panic over “the white slave trade” swept North America.  The term reflected the titillating notion of foreign men preying on vulnerable girls, condemning them to a life of degradation as prostitutes or “fallen” women.  2,126 more words

Pre-First World War Toronto

the omniscience and omnipotence of the spirit

‘the omniscience and omnipotence of the spirit’
Paul Conneally
March 21 2015


Desire Lines @ Brunswick Arts

On Friday night there was an opening at Brunswick Arts Space, an artist-run-space. In the main gallery there is a group exhibition, “Desire Lines” with thirty-five works by Jo Waite, Leon Van De Graaff, Alex Clark, Martin Nixon, Jess Parker, Sarah Howell, David Blumenstein, Michael Fikaris, and many other artists. 280 more words

Art Galleries & Exhibitions

Necropolis Eclipsed

Solar eclipse 2015 as seen from Glasgow Necropolis.