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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's, Highway 61 Revisited

They’re selling postcards of the hanging
They’re painting the passports brown
The beauty parlor is filled with sailors
The circus is in town
Here comes the blind commissioner… 662 more words


An uncompromising Social Worker

“Death to all those who would whimper and cry.”

Bob Dylan Tombstone Blues 1965



God saw a man on top of the hill.
And said, in voice so shrill,
“That’s the man I want you to kill.
It’ll give me a great thrill”. 59 more words


Alberta Mini Tour!

I’m heading back to Alberta to do another round of research for Too Far Gone and I thought I’d tack a couple events on, since I was already around. 263 more words

Tombstone Blues by Chadwick Ginther - Book Review

Catching up on book reviews here.

After beating back the might of Surtur, Ted Callan is getting used to his immortal powers. The man who once would stop at nothing to rid himself of his tattoos and their power might even be said to be enjoying his new-found abilities. 507 more words


A Few Questions About Writing

My northern Manitoba colleague, Lauren Carter, author of Swarm, tagged me recently and asked me to take part in a blog tour happening in the literary community across Canada. 712 more words

Tombstone Blues and ChiSeries Winnipeg shortlisted for Aurora Awards!

I’m thrilled to be able to finally announce that Tombstone Blues is shortlisted for an Aurora Award in the Best English Novel category.

It was hard to sit on that news for the last couple weeks, I assure you. 651 more words