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W D Clarke
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Author of White Mythology: Two Novellas
Author of White Mythology: Two Novellas

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This is an awesome music blog peeps, one cool track per day - dig it!
http://paul-pearson.blogspot.ca/

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November Song, Part III (a poem)

Here’s the final section of my poem, “November Song”. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image:

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This has been in the cauldron for a while, but I just finished it today, on the day after the U.S. election. I thought it appropriate for the general vibe around these parts...

This poem has been in the cauldron for a bit, but I just finished it today, on the day after the U.S. election. I thought it appropriate for the general vibe around these parts… Click on the thumbnail for a larger view.  

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Here’s a poem from the past, published by the now-defunct journal Ash (Kingston, Ontario, Canada) twenty years ago this month, back in 1996.

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This song was inspired by an idea/feeling that The Waterboys' song "This Is This Sea" has haunted me with for many years. I was initially trying for a Leonard Cohen/ Nick Cave vibe lyrically, but here Moroccan singer/composer Oualid Ekami performs this song with a lush, romantic arrangement and vocal that seems quite appropriate in retrospect.

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My novel White Mythology is being released today in hardcover and Kindle formats -- check it out on Goodreads! https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23018246-white-mythology#other_reviews …

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The late Ellen Meiksins Wood developed a clear, compelling understanding of the nature of capitalism. This article tries to provide an entryway to her body of work.

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Capitalism in crisis: On Benjamin Kunkel's Utopia or Bust

I have written on the intersection of capitalism and literature in the past, and I’m intrigued about his project of giving these thinkers (some of whom are more relatively unknown than others, especially to North Americans) a public hearing. So far,…
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