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25 November – The Plot by Esther Eley and Fey School by Richard Cosgrove

This week ScriptTank will be holding double-bill of readings: The Plot by Esther Eley and Fey School ‘The Knight and the Lady’ by Richard Cosgrove. 358 more words


Peut-on faire la paix, sans avoir recours à la guerre ?

C’est une question sur un forum, d’une personne que je ne connais pas, dont le  pseudo est H.H… Question à laquelle j’ai préparé la réponse suivante sans pour autant la publier… J’avoue ne plus me souvenir de quel forum il s’agit, car cela remonte à près de deux ans auparavant !

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Meditations by Marcus Aurelius: Book II, Verse 10

Theophrastus, in his comparison of bad acts- such a comparison as one would make in accordance with the common notions of mankind- says, like a true philosopher, that the offences which are committed through desire are more blameable than those which are committed through anger.

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Stand In Front of People and Read. No Pressure!

John Scalzi has an interesting post up about Author Events and audience turnout:

… it happens to every writer. Ask nearly any writer who has done an event, and they will tell you a tale of at least one of their events populated by crickets and nothing else. 235 more words


11 November – Love and Baggage by Ron Fernee

This week ScriptTank will be hearing Love and Baggage – a stage play by Ron Fernee.

They say that true love never runs smooth. And it’s due for bumpy ride when a middle aged man and woman begin a relationship with his two grown, dependent children in the house. 101 more words


Thomas King is coming! Yes, Governor General's Award-winning Thomas King!

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter, essayist, and performer Thomas King will be presenting this year’s Hagey Lecture entitled “Love in the Time of Cholera: Canadian Edition” at 8 p.m.  161 more words