Monthly Archives: September 2010

Some writing

From Maisonneuve:

Interview With Sean Michaels

by Drew Nelles

Sean Michaels started Said the Gramophone in 2003, when he was still an undergraduate at McGill. It was Canada’s very first mp3 blog, and has since become one of the most influential independent music websites in North America. Michaels also happens to be a talented fiction writer whose words fall just so, creating small, affecting dioramas of human delicacy.

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3 Myths About Anti-G20 Protesters

by Drew Nelles

1) The Toronto lockdown is all the protesters’ fault.

Following 1999’s spectacular demonstrations against the World Trade Organization in Seattle, and 2001’s protests against the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City, international political meetings of this kind have almost exclusively been held in small resort communities.

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