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All in all, it would be a challenge to find a grimmer novel than Waste. The book is bent on cataloguing the depth and intensity of darkness, laying out and comparing the miniature tragedies colouring each small-town citizen like a series of macabre paint chips. Rather...

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Contributors to
the December 2019 Issue

Wendy Hawkin

Menaka Raman-Wilms

Sonia Saikaley

Ian Thomas Shaw

Caroline Vu

 

 

 

Amanda Hale

Reading from

Mad Hatter

New Horizons, Hornby Island, 1765 Sollans Road, Hornby Island, BC 

December 9, 2019

5 pm

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