Rachel’s childhood dream of becoming an Ewok and living in the trees FINALLY comes true!
Murchie’s famous coffee and tea house is the perfect place to discuss the personality of Victoria BC with Alejandro and Sophie.
What do you find in a Nanaimo Bar? Sugar and custard?? WRONG!!
Rachel meets Cherry Bomb Toys and adopts 10 little blue men to take along with her.
Rachel finally runs across Jana, who we accidentally missed in Banff. They dig up some old memories together…
Rachel passes through Vancouver and happens to trip over some sort of big event. …I think they call it the “O-Limp-Icks”?? Whatever THAT is.
Rachel has a justifiable fear of having her hair cut. Grace’s Salon in Mission BC hopes to cure this.
Today is a travel day, so curl up into a little Greyhound Bus ball, grab your travel mug and a Slim Jim and enjoy.
www.weepingfool.com has something new!
See the premiere issue of Oblique Quarterly, an arts and literature magazine with a focus on the unusual, the avant garde, the thought provoking!
(And art and interview with Rachel Peters.)
This issue features The Berlin Trilogy by Royston Tester, Isis, a poem cycle by Paul Juser, Faith, Devotion & Longing, a series of paintings by Rachel Peters, as well as new fiction and poetry by Tessie Elanby, Amy Harrison, William D. Hastings, Joleen Kuyper, Napoleon Papernails, Jade Scapillato, E.J. Tett, Jade Wallace and more…
This is the online edition, and will allow you access to the virtual magazine for viewing online as well as for download in PDF, CBR, and PowerPoint format.