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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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Solidarity Emerges in Truckers Convoy to Ottawa

Solidarity: A Brief History Solidarity. It’s a big word with even bigger implications for our world today. The trucker’s convoy to Ottawa, converging from points both east and west, has catalyzed a Freedom movement that had been mostly underground until … Continue reading

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Kootenay Residents Join Worldwide Freedom Rallies

The mood in the air was celebration. As part of the globally coordinated series of Freedom rallies, West Kootenay and Slocan Valley residents converged on the small city of Castlegar, British Columbia on Saturday, January 22. About 300 people lined … Continue reading

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