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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 Borg Are Coming For You… (and your children)

Give me absolute control / Over every living soul… I have seen the future, brother, it is murder. —Leonard Cohen, “The Future” INTRODUCTION: This is Part 1 of a two-part essay that will appear in my forthcoming book, Words from … Continue reading

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The Price of Freedom: A Book Review

We can be thankful that nothing disappears without a trace. The steps of our ancestors continue to resound into the present. This is one of the realizations I had while reading Vera Maloff’s fine new book, Our Back Warmed by … Continue reading

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