Paul Squires piece in Extempore

There are more than two reasons to go out and pick yourself up a copy of Extempore, but the first two that come to mind are:

1. Paul Squires’ piece, Teardrop Tattoo appears (and an article by Gabrielle Bryden, in memory of Paul); and

2. It is the final issue of the magazine.

It is sad that Squires is not with us to share the joy of seeing his words in print, but I know for sure he is smiling down on us somewhere, wit and pencil, sharp as ever.

Long may the gingatao narrative live!

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  1. Hear, hear! Can’t keep the good stuff down – he knew it was going to be published when he was still alive, so that’s something too. Thanks Graham – it’s a great journal, packed full of stuff and a cd – shame they are discontinuuing the journal but they are moving into books so all is not lost.

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