- Author:Jason Christie
- Publisher:Conundrum Press (May 1, 2006)
- Pages:96 pages
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Christie Blatchford is a journalist on National Post. Christie Blatchford was born in Quebec and studied journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto. She has written for all four Toronto-based newspapers
Christie Blatchford is a journalist on National Post. She has written for all four Toronto-based newspapers. She has won a National Newspaper Award for column writing and in 2008 won the Governor-General’s Literary Award in non-fiction for her book Fifteen Days: Stories of Bravery, Friendship, Life and Death from Inside the New Canadian Army.
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post-production by Jason Christie, released 27 October 2017 1. no introduction 2. skit 3. nonesuch recompense 4. voice in extremis 5. . skit too 6. hold plz 7. home needs drums 8. skit 3 9. let it ride 10. vocals outro.
Jason Christie (born April 25, 1969) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. He is currently the head coach of the Jacksonville Icemen of the ECHL. Christie was named vice president of hockey operations and head coach for the new Icemen on June 6, 2017. He was previously the head coach of the Bloomington PrairieThunder in the Central Hockey League (CHL), the Ontario Reign and the Tulsa Oilers of the ECHL.
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Jason Christie is considered one of Canada's cutting-edge poets and is, perhaps, one of the most important poets of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. His avant-garde style challenges the status quo and questions what a poem may be. i-ROBOT Poetry by Jason Christie illuminates his highly intelligent, satirical and somewhat whimsical, alternative style.
Jason Christie's Canada Post interrogates the linguistic imperatives of the communication age and investigates the links between language and nationality with dry, delirious wit. Christie's poems evidence a frightening, ludic journey from the capital to the outlying punctuation where the familiarity of our nation, language and identity begin to disappear in the cracks and fades of discourse. "Beware of grammar," these poems advise. "It'll get you every time." Shrewdly political, wickedly funny, and fiercely intelligent, Canada Post is an important debut collection.