Yucho Chow re-discovered

“Author and curator, Catherine Clement (left) has won B.C.’s top award for historical writing for her book about an early Vancouver photographer whose work was almost forgotten.” FULL STORY

Seth Rogan as a geezer

March 28th, 2016

G.W. Willis-Brannigan is the pen name for Glenn W. Pearson who was born and raised in Vancouver as the son of Anglo-Irish ex-pat parents. He attended a private Catholic all-boys prep school, studied design and painting at art college, majored in theatre and art history at university, and he worked as a set designer, an interior designer and as a production designer in the film industry. In 2016, he self-published a comic e-novel via Kindle called Stirred, Not Shaken: A Short Autobiographical Novel (Middle Age Crazy Book 1). His projected trilogy of light reads will take his protagonist Boone from “‘man-opause’ denial to geriatric anarchy and into old age enlightenment.” Promising out-of-control events worthy of a Seth Rogan movie, the first installment features Boone is an upper-middle-class, sixty-year-old spoiled adolescent who has avoided maturity and responsibility, relationships and commitments for most of his reckless life. This story takes place over a typical weekend, starting after work on a warm summer Friday afternoon and ends quietly Sunday evening. All hell breaks loose in between. $2.99

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