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EDITORIAL
- Onslaught at the Multiplex - Can there be too many movies?
November 2002 -The International Writer's Magazine

NOVEMBER HACKWRITERS
THE BIG OLYMPIC LIE or NEW YORK CITY DREAMIN'
James Campion

HACKTREKS -WORLD TRAVEL
COMMENT
LIFESTYLES

Stormy Nights on the Gulf Islands
Stewart Clayton

'I love the darkness.'

Weekend In Manhattan
Jayne Sharratt

You Can Be Your Own
Real Estate Agent

Stewart Clayton


Boyfriend in a coma
Jenny Brown on LSD


The Case of the Hit and Run Donkey (A true story)
James Skinner in Spain
Clothing Junkies
Jenny Brown
is a shopping expert

10 Steps to a Successful Wedding
Jenny Brown's
guide to weddings in Vancouver
Auschwitz Under Blue Skies
Namaya
Time has washed over this remote plantation and removed the overt signs of slavery
First Impressions
Gouthami

Timor is supposed to be a crocodile that became an island of plenty
Los Palos
Gouthami in East Timor


The Big Olympic Lie
James Campion

The whole planet to converge on New York's streets?

On Songwriting

Where's the revolution?
Owain Treece

Angry Ode to the Captain
James Campion
on Warren Zevon
A Nun Junkie
(a slice of life in India)
Viva Sarah Press
Ms Joanna Regrets
Joanna North
Bingo is just not enough.
Having a Bukowski Moment
Alan Gibson
on 'Life'
Cruising the Ether
Abdul Bardamu 'stargazer'
I became the Samizdat source at the Soviet Pavilion.
Cruising to Crete
'Books and Bookends'
James Skinner finally comes ashore

Santorini is paradisiacal
Thirteen Hours to Midnight
Colin Todhunter

They spend their lives waiting
for midnight.

Pictures of St Kilda
Graeme Garvey

Almost anywhere was better than St Kilda
Borneo is Bleeding
Bill Sanders

Here, Christ shared a wall with totems, and monkey meat was served with Coke.
The Festival of Lights
Colin Todhunter
on Diwali
The stars belong to a meaningful philosophical tradition
A Romance with Greyhound
Amy Thorpe
Every bus trip is different in it’s own little way.
Isla Guadalupe

I was going to meet a Great White shark; cage diving for the first time ever.
A Birds Eye View of Life.
Michael Levy
this patch of sky was theirs!

Nirvana: The True Emotions
Reverend Antonio Hernández,
On controlling anger

Autoethnography of Silence
Brian R Wood
I was the most silent in class

Why mention religion?
Barry Mitchell Bytes Back


Swimming the English Channel
Harsh Thakore

"Your children are not safe anywhere, at any time..."
James Campion on the Maryland Sniper

Print On Demand
Ben JonJak on
Independent Publishing
The Deep End
James Skinner - Honarary Consul

There she was, bruised, staring..
Oh to be a Nun
Tabytha Towe
Vancouver's Ex-Party Girl
I’m a responsible flirt

What’s Mine is Yours
Except when it’s mine
Colin James Haslett
Art belongs to the audience

Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
Colin Todhunter
Pete was adamant - the world functioned like a motorbike
Autumn in Japan
Mandy Mand
...cute little Japanese girls running around in high heeled shoes and a pair of bat wings

Is Cloning 100 percent Possible?
Brian Runciman
Where are we post -Dolly
?
Ayurveda magic
Viva Sarah Press in India
At the Somatheeram Resort
Andre de Toth
Alex Grant remembers
ALEX GRANT REVIEWS
Hard 17
David Whelan

We take a very dim view of any and all forms of cheating.

Three Dead White Males
& Lawrence Block
Alex Grant on ABC Books Emporium on Granville Street


Final Draught
(Monday night beer and scripts in Vancouver all winter long)



A Poetic Nightmare
Bonnie Nish

Rising from an inner source ... steeped and brewed

'As Voltaire said...'
Craig Branch on K-Pop

It's pre-packed, ready-to-order, souless, laboured work

To Shill a Mockingbird
Augusta Trobaugh's
Sophie &The Rising Sun

Roger Dodger
Dylan Kidd's satiric movie debut

Brian De Palma's
Femme Fatale

AutoFocus
Paul Schrader on Bob Crane

Chasing Rainbows
Review by Heather Neal

Gallery 83
Jenny Brown
Six New Crime Novels
Alex Grant on the crime fiction beat
...hacks who lack conviction
Graham Hurley's 'The Take'
and other crime novels

Michael Connelly's
'Chasing the Dime'

Too much haste - a waste
Martin Cruz Smith's
December 6th -
a Peal Harbour Thriller
David Quinlan's- Directors
Essential reading?
A Third Eye
Bio of Sam Fuller
Reversible Errors
Scott Turows new legal thriller
Philip Kerr’s 'Dark Matter'

The Private Life of Sir Issac Newton
'

Steven Becks' 'Ghost Ship'
Halloween schlock

"I SPY"
A monstrously inept, perfunctory and flaccid "comeback"
Emperor's Club
Hoary old chesnut
disappoints
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