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I started writing fiction seriously about fifteen years ago and my favourite playgrounds are science fiction, speculative fiction, the near future, and alternate realities. On Thursday, November 23, the winner of the 2017 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Fresh Fish Award will be announced.My journals from back then are a mishmash of drawings, collages and writing.A couple of years ago I participated in the WANL Emerging Writers Mentorship Program, mentored by Mark Callanan.Tell us about yourself and the type of writing you do, or that interests you. So it will overtake me for weeks or months at a time and then I will need to move to performance or music or media for a while.I am a performance and media artist, activist and musician. Are there people and activities that have helped you advance your writing?Offering progressive American cuisine, live jazz, art, and special events. The atmosphere is welcoming and relaxed, upscale yet casual.
You’re comfortably seated and enjoy a beautifully prepared meal surrounded by amazing Read more »Kima Jones is the founder of Jack Jones Literary Arts, a not-yet-3-year-old, three-person L.
Read [Read More...]It’s appropriate: Right when high-profile white Hollywood actresses and feminists are calling out predatory white men in the industry, igniting a major conversation about sexual harassment and male accountability, an empowered black woman character is speaking out against the street harassment and patriarchy she experiences each day — and she seems to speak for real-life black women everywhere.
JOHN’S, NL) The Literary Arts Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (LAFNL) and the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (WANL) are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union (NLCU) Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers.
Read [Read More...]Billie Holiday has been dead for more than half a century, but she was scheduled to perform in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
The jazz singer is one of the headliners for the opening night of a new theatre which, even in a town with no shortage of options for glitz and diversion, stands out for its novelty: it is America’s first all-hologram venue.
I like to walk a lot, and sometimes write about landscape and history.