Monday, 15 December 2008

LWOT's 100 Year Anniversarytacular!

The moment you've all been waiting for has finally arrived. Lies With Occasional Truth rings in 100 years of literary excellentment with a super-sized double issue, delivered fresh to your retinas via cathode ray tubes and liquid crystal displays. The world's greatest fiction magazine joins the cultural zeitgeist with works from some of the country's finest writers including:

Matthew R. Loney's A Severed Arm
Andre Narbonne's Freak of Nature
B. Glen Rotchin's Salesmanship
Brad Congdon's Sullivan vs. Kilrain 1889
Kyle Cornett-Ching's Words
Kathryn Mockler's Sealed Containers
J. A. Tyler's vision of LWOT's legacy
Testimonials from some of LWOT's greatest contributors including first lady of Canadian fiction Stacey May Fowles, "Gentleman" Glen Dresser, literary Casanova Ross Bragg and Carin "The Australian Wonder" Makuz. 
And the long awaited results of the Next Great Canadian TV Show competition. 

As if all that literary greatness wasn't enough to overload your cerebrum with extramonial literaturitude, the LWOT editors have announced the "winner" of the most mediocre Canadian competition. As Harperchondria swept the nation, hundreds of Canadians cast their vote for the most average of us all. For months, the debate raged on at kitchen tables and water coolers around the country. Now you can read the results.

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