Category Archives: COVID-19 lockdowns

Levee Town Mints a Rock Classic

Review of Levee Town, Trying to Keep My Head Above Water Normally I prefer my guitars fat and dirty in tone, growling rather than chirping, pushed to the edge of feedback before being reeled back in from chaos, but always, … Continue reading

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Joyce Celebrates Release of Words from the Dead

I’m proud to announce the publication of my tenth book, Words from the Dead: Relevant Readings in the Covid Age, published by Ekstasis Editions of Victoria, BC Canada.[1] My body of published work now includes poetry, a novel, Western Canadian … Continue reading

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The Seven Trumpets

—for the truckers and their families “Then I looked, and the seven angels that stand in the presence of God were given seven trumpets.” —Revelation 8:2, New Testament   The capital reverberates with air horns— the trumpets of New Jerusalem … Continue reading

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