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Paradis perdu, manifeste écologique, matériel cinématographique? Déjà, vous commencez à pédaler devant les micros. Votre héros a choisi de vivre dans une forêt, le vingtième siècle va défigurer les environs et la construction du roman fait un clin d’œil au cinéma. Ouf! Vous vous surpassez pour donner l’impression que rien ne vous est plus naturel que l’aplomb.
Just look at that hair, you can tell he showered this morning. Drew currently resides in a quaint little corner of the Goose Lane office. Don’t worry; we’ve equipped his cage with a large water bottle to keep him hydrated and a wheel for exercise. Overall, he seems quite pleased with his new surroundings.
It’s easy to shrug our shoulders and carry on, which is what I do most days. We can’t go through life feeling the heavy sadness of seeing something we’ve loved desecrated. At least I can’t. I look for diversions to keep my mind off it.
We’re neither a modest nor an ego-driven bunch at GLE, but an opportunity to share a peek behind our curtain is something we couldn’t pass up. Here is a profile of our own Julie Scriver borrowed (with permission) from the pages of the February 9th Telegraph Journal.
The two days of events in Ottawa were a whirlwind of receptions and greetings, culminating in the awarding of the prize at the Politics and the Pen dinner, a gala fundraiser for the Writers Trust of Canada. Macleans Magazine’s Power List ranks the dinner as one of the top five social events in political Ottawa, and with good reason: I’ve never seen so many people working a room so well, all at the same time.