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James C. Stewart’s second collection of short stories is now available for instant download and brain integration.
“The Mnemosyne Deviation”
Lara has a bad day at the Ministry of Media and Related Arts.
Reality bleeds have unpredictable side effects at a local department store.
Underworld figures send a man on a journey through and beneath the city…and ultimately to the realm of the forgotten.
James C. Stewart began his career as a journalist working at small town newspapers in Northern Ontario. In the late Eighties and early Nineties he was involved in Toronto’s underground music scene as both musician and journalist. As a dramatist, he authored two one-act scripts; Fractured (1999) and The Ezekiel Complex (2002). Both had successful runs, with Fractured being accepted into the Victoria British Columbia Fringe Festival, and The Ezekiel Complex adapted into a short independent film. His short fiction has appeared Paradox: The Magazine of Historical & Speculative Fiction and in anthologies published by Wildside Press (Rockville, Maryland), Psychochick Cabaret (Toronto, Ontario) and Gadfly Productions (North Bay, Ontario). His non-fiction publications include The Ashlar Magazine (Scotland), The Canadian Awareness Network, Project Lixx and the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon.
Mr. Stewart resides in North Bay, Ontario.
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