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centre of the universe: centre of the universe 2015-07-14 12:38:08

Dear effbook: I know we don’t know each other very well. I mean. You hardly notice me except when you want to force me to shut down my primary account shortly after I’ve given you money for advertising, but whatever. I’m not bitter. Okay, I’m a little bitter, but you can hardly blame me. You’re . . . → Read More: centre of the universe: centre of the universe 2015-07-14 12:38:08

centre of the universe: A tisket, a tasket…

What the crap is a tisket, anyway? Or, for that matter, a tasket? You know what, it doesn’t really matter. I’m’a just make it up. And I’m’a write about it. And the thing I write is going to be called “The Great Tisket; or, An Adventure in Tasket”. AND IT WILL BE MAGNIFICENT. A short . . . → Read More: centre of the universe: A tisket, a tasket…

centre of the universe: A letter

I wanted to write to you, to tell you that I’m trying really hard to be positive right now. That I’m trying really hard to think about the things that can go right instead of the things that have gone wrong. I wanted to write and tell you about my friend who’s had his heart . . . → Read More: centre of the universe: A letter

centre of the universe: Be Strong

Dear Princess Kate Middleton: Let me open this missive by saying I don’t actually give much of a rat’s arse about the social and class structure to which you now belong, and I give even less of a rat’s arse … Continue reading →

Rob Maguire: Shake things up with snail mail

Disclaimer: I’m not talking about direct mail campaigns here. I figure you can come up with much more interesting ways to waste money on your own.

I was listening to the always interesting Spark radio program on CBC Radio yesterday, and they were discussing A Month of Letters, an open challenge to send . . . → Read More: Rob Maguire: Shake things up with snail mail