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Ten years ago this June, O J Simpson drove a white Ford Bronco across Los Angeles. That summer Bruce Serafin listened to the radio and thought about Vancouver and the American Empire
Bruce Serafin concludes his reading of Blood Meridian
Among the cowboy hills of Ashcroft, BC, Bruce Serafin reads Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian, or The Evening Redness in the West
Bruce Serafin concludes a chain of thought that started at the Glenbow Museum in 1990.
After a trip to the Glenbow Museum, Bruce Serafin is forced to reevaluate the world he grew up in.
Bruce Serafin concludes his celebration of Michel Tremblay
Bruce Serafin celebrates Quebec’s – and Canada’s – greatest writer
Bruce Serafin remembers his crush on Leonard Cohen
Bruce Serafin records his debt to a Parisian intellectual
Bruce Serafin brings back`Habitant’ poet William Henry Drummond from the past, and discovers that he’s neither dead nor irrelevant
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