Monthly Archives: January 2015

Chameleonfire Book Club Pt. 3: The Narcissism Epidemic

Every once in awhile you come across a book that could be called a Foundational Text, a book that so cuts to the heart of societal malaise you wonder that you never thought of the idea yourself. Often you did … Continue reading

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Letters to the Editor a Valley Voice favourite

This is a longer version of an article I wrote for the Valley Voice December 17, 2014 issue, including excerpts from letters I couldn’t resist.   Witty, wacky, weird, obsessed with wilderness and often well-informed. The Valley Voice Letters to … Continue reading

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Chameleonfire Book Club: Part Two

Shakespeare, The Biography by Peter Ackroyd Ackroyd deftly avoids the numerous traps of the Shakespearian academic industry with its many divergent, often crackpot theories about who The Bard was or wasn’t. The most ridiculous example is probably the one espoused … Continue reading

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