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Book Review: The Burning Point, by Tracy McKay

By Kellie Purcill

As the title page explains, Tracy McKay’s memoir The Burning Point is “a memoir of addiction, destruction, love, parenting, survival, and hope”. It is all these things – though most definitely not necessarily in that order. It is also (and here is where its power lies) a frank, unflinching consideration of love in its forms, …

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Everbeen

By Meg Conley

When I was a kid, I used to stay up late reading. Every night – generally sometime after midnight – my dad would crack my bedroom door open, poke his head in and smile a little, “Okay, Megs. That’s enough. You’ve got school in the morning.” Sometimes he relented when I’d beg for five more …

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