Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ending violence

Every year 160-200 women are killed in Canada. We know about 100 children are murdered every year as well. What are we doing about it? Do you even know what is going on in your back yard? next door?  What … Continue reading

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Reader’s Respond

I just found this on tumblr. but did not put the writer’s name on it as I don’t know it-just a blog I found interesting about Rampage:the pathology of an epidemic I’m reading a new book Rampage;the pathology of an … Continue reading

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Editor’s Notes

“Spring has sprung, the grass is riz”.  That phrase is often credited to Ogden Nash or ee cummings but the author is anonymous-the title of the poem is “Spring in the Bronx” March 19th–the day before spring sprung in Abbotsford, … Continue reading

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Memory March Press

Gwynne Hunt believes the death of any woman and girl due to violence is inexcusable. So inexcusable that she has organized an Abbotsford Memory March, a silent walk and ceremony in remembrance of the hundreds of women that go missing … Continue reading

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Rampage:the pathology of an epidemic

My business is as a publisher of small poetry chapbooks, memoirs, social activism books and cookbooks. As a writer, creative writing teacher and as a playwright, I offer all editing and writing services. “Rampage; the pathology of an epidemic” is … Continue reading

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Penny-a-Line Promotions

Inkslinger-media communications-literary services-writing workshops-creative and business seminars-publishing-event organizing We publish books; poetry chapbooks, cookbooks, memoirs, social activism books and help with services including ISBN numbers, barcodes, editing, cover design, ghost writing, contrcting with printers, marketing, promotions and distribution. Writing & … Continue reading

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