The weather is going all weird again. Okay, it’s true that where my parents live, there’s still two feet of snow on the ground and a daily average temperature of -15 degrees Celsius. Here in Toronto, however, it’s often a bit more spring-like by, well, the first day of spring. This year, it snowed like […]Read More Let It Snow?
What a silly weekend it has been. Let us continue the story of Marie’s defence and Barbara and Rahim’s investigation into Casey. With luck, Marie will just keep on spouting improbably large words, and no one will notice how tired she is.Read More March 18 – 30, 2013
As many of you know, I’m wending slowly but surely towards the ending of West of Bathurst. It’s a strange and sometimes fascinating process that isn’t quite like anything I’ve ever done before. I’ve written plenty of endings, but none for a work I’ve written serially over the course of seven years. There’s something about […]Read More On Endings
I have not seen Oz the Great and Powerful. I’m not sure whether I ever will. I feel uncomfortable about commenting extensively on it without seeing it, but I also really don’t want to have to experience 127 minutes’ worth of uncontrollable rage just so I can knowledgeably light into a Hollywood movie. However, I’ve […]Read More The Road to Oz
It’s one of those weeks. I’m behind on everything and too tired to catch up. Meanwhile, Marie is defending, and Barbara and Rahim are about to launch their investigation. Casey’s probably hiding behind a tree somewhere. He does that.Read More March 4 – 16, 2013