The Apocalypse Onstage

In my defence, it sounded like a great idea at the time. Back around Halloween, daily case counts in the province were lingering around the low-hanging 350 mark. Indoor capacity limits had just been lifted just about everywhere. And I was walking around town with a spring in my step that could only be attributed … Continued

Settlers and Indians

It was summer of 1982, and my parents had enrolled me in Camp Cabot, a day camp run by the St. John’s YMCA. Every morning I, along with the sixty other campers and a dozen teenage counsellors, travelled on rickety school buses to reach the campsite, a vast, wooded area a few kilometres outside the … Continued