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The Red Book by Carl Jung


Last night, I was at a lecture given by, Laurie Savlov, a senior Jungian analyst in Toronto, who has undertaken a monumental task—reading, understanding and lecturing about Carl Jung’s Red Book. Lots of people review books, you may say. What’s … Continue reading

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The Indie Author’s Town


I bet you don’t remember Toronto of the 1950’s. I certainly do. Back then, it was “Toronto the good.” On Sundays, department stores even closed the drapes on their windows lest commercial interests diverted the people from church going. The … Continue reading

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What Looks Good to an Indie Author


How do you choose from a selection of 258 feature films and 81 shorts spread over 10 days at TIFF? Actually, there are lots of different ways. You can purchase the TIFF Programme Guide, for about $30. This is a … Continue reading

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The Toronto International Film Festival From an Indie Perspective


I’m an indie novelist used to looking at the traditional film and publishing world from the outside in. Some love the allure of Hollywood. Some of these same people follow their favorite movies from theatres to DVD and streaming video.  … Continue reading

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