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K.I. Press is a Canadian writer who grew up in northern Alberta and now lives in Winnipeg, with stops along the way in Edmonton, Ottawa, Vancouver and Toronto.

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K.I. Press There is no writer's block, only fear of failure. My solution is to fail.
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Exquisite Monsters

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Spine

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Pale Red Footprints

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2019 Year in Books

It’s time for my annual blog post about what I read in the past year!


Buoyed up by having read 67 books in 2018—more, in fact, because I realized later there were a few that I had forgotten to count–in 2019, I joined the #95books challenge. I was way ahead for the first part of the year, but I got behind in the fall when teaching started up again, and just barely made it over the break to 95 books

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“We should write as we dream; we should even try and write, we should all do it for ourselves, it’s very healthy, because it’s the only place where we never lie. At night we don’t lie. Now if we think that our whole lives are built on lying-they are strange buildings-we should try and write as our dreams teach us; shamelessly, fearlessly, and by facing what is inside very human being-sheer violence, disgust, terror, shit, invention, poetry. In our dreams we are criminals; we kill, and we kill with a lot of enjoyment. But we are also the happiest people on earth; we make love as we never make love in life.”
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