Got a Light, Love?

  In June 1982, just after my nineteenth birthday, The Clash played Max Bell Arena in Calgary, along with Vancouver rockabilly wizard Herald Nix. It was a fantastic show, and afterwards a friend who worked for Brimstone Productions got myself and my pals backstage passes. So we got to hang out with The Clash for […]

“Ask Your Mom”

My story “Ask Your Mom” is now up at The Danforth Review. A word to the sensitive: although the p-o-v character here is a five year-old, there are a couple of potentially offensive words in this story. Thanks again to Michael Bryson for running the story, and I hope you enjoy it.

Antigonish Review; Tumbling through June

Here we are, June 4th, and I still think it’s about March. March 1995. Well, no, that’s not really true, but let’s just say things are blurring along. I can’t believe we’re almost halfway through the year. I was most pleased to get an acceptance last week from The Antigonish Review. Yay! No details on […]

Writing in the Works April 11; Chapbook excerpt

Writing in the Works is now less than three weeks away! That’s at 7 PM, Thursday, April 11, at Memorial Park Library, 1221 – 2 St. SW. Readings from new work by Inge Trueman, Steve Passey, myself, Ken Cameron and Roberta Rees – and refreshments, and book sales. We always have a great time! One […]