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Compellingly unsettling: Catherine Eisner's 'A Bad Case', from @saltpublishing ...

I first encountered the work of Catherine Eisner in 2008, when I read Sister Morphine (also published by Salt) and it absolutely blew me away. I was convinced at the time that it was a major, very important novel and the comparatively modest success that it has enjoyed since then has not caused me to change my mind. 881 more words

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13 FACTS ABOUT MICHAEL CONNELLY AND THE CROSSING

Michael Connelly’s next book The Crossing became an instant hit six months before its release. The interest was so high that the novel already entered in Top 5 Amazon bestselling kindle list. 353 more words

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A trip to Cramond Island

Today (22nd April) Carol and I took a train and bike journey to Cramond Island. Cramond Island is a small island in the Firth of Forth at Cramond Village reached by a causeway during low tide.  314 more words

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May Day

My choral work for SATB and 2-part children’s choir, May Day, premiered Saturday April 18th, 2015 by The Crossing and a choir of 4th- and 5th-graders from the John Story Jenks School in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia. 314 more words

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Plans for largest private post-earthquake development for Christchurch released

Published by Architecture Design 20 April, 2015 author Nathan Johnson

Plans for what would be the largest private development in the CBD of Christchurch since the 2011 earthquake have been released by the project’s developers who’re also promising that it will revitalise the precinct. 129 more words

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May Day Preview in Chestnut Hill Local

Looking forward to Saturday’s performance with The Crossing and the Jenks School in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia, my setting of May Day a poem by  99 more words

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Former rehab centre client rallies to save facility

KEREMEOS — Six years ago, Robert Boretta-McLeod was heavily involved in drugs and was heading down a road that would leave him either “dead or in jail.” But his life turned around when a Montreal-based non-profit comapny called Portage opened up The Crossing in Keremeos. 168 more words

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