I first heard about John of God a decade ago from a friend who had accompanied his terminally ill uncle to Brazil, in search of a miracle.
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The Price of Piggery: A Morality Tale, or “Only as Much as You Can Eat” Resto Review
Last night, my BFF (best foodie friend) and I succumbed to piggery again at the all-you-can-eat Aji Sai Japanese Restaurant, 467 Queen St West, in Toronto. Sure, we’ve had far more refined Japanese cuisine, but value for money creates return customers, including us. The food is good enough and, since the restaurant is always busy, freshness is guaranteed.… Continue reading The Price of Piggery: A Morality Tale, or “Only as Much as You Can Eat” Resto Review
Seth-Adrian Harris: Flash Impressions of Poetry-Magic
The following introduction to Seth-Adrian Harris' poetry was first published in In Focus, Vol. 12, No 1, March 2015. Seth-Adrian Harris is a poet enamoured and empowered of the word like few others. It seems that the word is, for him, tantamount to the primordial act of creation. Perhaps this is why he often reduces language to its most… Continue reading Seth-Adrian Harris: Flash Impressions of Poetry-Magic
To Tell My Story, Where Do I Begin?
Duh! How 'bout at the beginning... My story starts in Cyprus, in the previous millennium, when – in elementary school – my teachers said that I had a gift for "writing compositions." I call it genetics. I come from writer stock, you see. I was raised in a home that looked like a library and felt… Continue reading To Tell My Story, Where Do I Begin?