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Glen Dresser is a novelist whose first book, Correction Road, was released in 2007 and shortlisted for the W.O. Mitchell City of Calgary book prize. He has also worked as a technical writer, information designer and web developer. He is currently focusing his efforts on his second novel and his first-born son, while assisting with UPPERCASE Magazine

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The new UPPERCASE is out, and as is always the case, I've got a couple pieces in it. An article on forecasting and divination, a brief piece about the misfortune of the number 13, and an abecedary about weather terms. 

However, I also want to point out the piece written by Correy Baldwin, talking to Montreal writer Glen Rotchin, who used 99 Chabanel, the garment industry building that his family owns, as the setting for his wonderful Rent Collector novel. I was lucky enough to do a reading with Rotchin in Ottawa a few years ago, and he and I both immediately recognized some common themes between our work. I haven't read his more recent Halbman Steals Home, but will be doing so soon!


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