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Heresy’s musical adaptation of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T. S. Eliot featuring my comic -Full video now available!

And what a monumental and magnificent creation it is! Heresy is a New York-based progressive rock band that has been playing together since the 70s. Prufrock, their first album since 1989, includes this wonderful 16-song suite setting to music of … Continue reading

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Teaching English Literature Through Comics – In Flanders Fields at Collège Anna de Noailles

One of the most rewarding aspects of creating poetry comics for me is hearing from teachers all around the world, from Armenia to the Philippines to Spain to right here in Montreal, that are using my work as a learning … Continue reading

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Preview of video for Heresy’s musical adaptation of “Prufrock” featuring images from my comic

Heresy is a New York-based progressive rock band that has been playing together since the 70s. A few months ago they released Prufrock, their first album since 1989, which includes a 16-song suite setting to music “The Love Song of J. … Continue reading

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Massacre at Saint-Joachim

Throughout their siege of Quebec City in the summer of 1759, the British went about systematically raiding and destroying the French settlements both upriver and downriver from the capital of New France. During one such raid on the village of … Continue reading

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Translation of a Montreal song from 1709

Back in 2012, I created a comic based on the lyrics of a song written in 1709 by the Montreal painter, money forger, and jailbird Jean Berger (1681-?). Jean Berger was suspected of being involved in the beating of Saint-Olive, the … Continue reading

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Anniversary of The Battle of The Plains of Abraham

Two-hundred and fifty-seven years ago today, on September 13, 1759, a British army under the command of General James Wolfe defeated a French army under the command of Louis-Joseph de Montcalm just outside the walls of Quebec City. Wolfe’s victory … Continue reading

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English Translation of Émile Nelligan’s “Déraison” and “Le Fou” in Winning Writers

The latest issue of the Winning Writers (https://winningwriters.com/) newsletter is out today, and it features my comics adaptation of nineteenth-century Montreal poet Émile Nelligan’s “Déraison” and “Le fou”, now accompanied with my English translation of the two poems. I am reproducing … Continue reading

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