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Francophone Communities Past and Present

By Charles Forsdick, Mairéad Hanrahan and Martin Munro

New and original work by some of the leading scholars in Francophone and Caribbean Studies is collated in a special issue of… 339 more words


The Epilogue

“Why are you so quiet??”

“I don’t know.”

“I miss the sound of your smile”

“But, you’ve never heard me speak.”

“That doesn’t matters. I can tell you how it is.” 204 more words

A Shade Of Pen


The little fireflies of dreams

have disappeared. They were

proof of God in the summer dusk….

–Excerpt from “Returning” in Hanging Like Hope on the Equinox… 20 more words


Common Sense and Moral Philosophy

By Gordon Graham

Scottish philosophy has regularly been identified with the ‘School of Common Sense’ because of the high regard in which Thomas Reid’s Inquiry was held in his lifetime and for many decades thereafter. 127 more words



At our house, each of us has a plastic bin labeled “keepsakes” which we keep on a shelf in our basement.  Periodically, I revisit my stash of old birthday cards, letters, and other mementos so that I can weed out the items which no longer pull at my heartstrings.   351 more words


Checking In: The Healing Journey

I have been thinking about healing a lot not only lately but also for a long time. I know that there have been many times in my “healing” journey that I have tried and attempted to commit to healing but it never really stuck. 763 more words


The destination is part of the journey, or something

What I might be trying to say here is something about how I need to do a lot of reading of the journals I may wish to publish in. 342 more words

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