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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 So many things I'll never get through them all with all the writing I need to get through as well. I want to read NK Jemisin's latest, The Obelisk…moreSo many things I'll never get through them all with all the writing I need to get through as well. I want to read NK Jemisin's latest, The Obelisk Gate. I still haven't read Maggie Nelson's The Argonauts, and that is definitely on my list for this summer.(less)
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I got a lot of use out the delete button over the past month while working on my thesis novel.


So far, the thesis process has gone down more or less like this:



Draft one: 60,000 words. Written over two summers, including all the outlining and such.
Draft two: 89,000 words. Included considerable cutting, so I added well over 30,000 words on the second draft, mainly for plot and character developmen... Read more of this blog post »
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Hélène Cixous
“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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