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Third New Moon of Winter

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – Greetings and welcome Dreamers, Artists, Healers, Singers, Soul and Moon Lovers! We are now entering our last and final moon cycle of Winter, which includes a partial Solar Eclipse on Thursday  1,595 more words

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Bakelite & the end of the world: A Reading

Friday, February 2nd: why not venture over to St. Jerome’s (SJ1 3027) for a reading by fiction writer, poet, and dramatist Kate Cayley at 4:30pm? Her first collection of short fiction, … 127 more words

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Crystal Support For The Leo Full Moon + Lunar Eclipse

By Krista Mitchell

Crystal Support for the Leo Full Moon + Lunar Eclipse Wednesday Jan. 31st at 8:27am ET

This is a north node eclipse that is pulling us towards our destiny, a defining moment where we’re being asked to let go of what’s old and no longer of service to us, so that we can open doorways to the future. 156 more words

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Reading Tonight!

If you’re in the area and undaunted by snow and ice and dark, I’ll be reading tonight.  And I’ll have plenty of copies of Small Fires, Little Flames… 31 more words

Poetry

Leo Super Moon Forecast ~ January 31, 2018

By Iya Olusoga – Bisi Ade, Astrorisa Moon Forecaster

January 31, 2018
Total Full Moon Eclipse – Super Blue Red Leo Moon
Wednesday, January 31 2018, 08:28 AM EDT… 119 more words

Spiritual Tools

ScriptTank 23 January – Target Man by Mark Starling

For our first reading of 2018 on 23 January, we will be hearing Target Man by Mark Starling – one of ScriptTank’s new members.

Target Man follows the story of two professional footballers, both at different stages of their career and lives, and both with secrets.

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Not pulling punches: Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm


Maybe you’ve managed to remain unaware of the scandals plaguing Canadian Literature over the last year. We should be grateful that, in the midst of all the chaos, there are people who have made sense of it for the uninitiated, mounting sharp and insightful critiques. 248 more words

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