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Drifting is for dummies

In travel, Writing (all kinds) on August 29, 2016 at 3:00 AM

By Roselyn Kelada-Sedra

Westerners have developed a twitch. We change locations so often, it’s become a compulsion. People move to pursue education, to go after jobs, to follow lovers. When lovers become exes, they move again. And there’s a special breed that moves on when a place just loses its appeal. They’re the drifters, the cool types who wander the world, never belonging anywhere. They’ve got that mystique, like James Dean; and part of it is that they’ll never be pinned down. In a society of commitment-phobes, the drifter has gone from fringe icon to mainstream idol.

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Journalist Paul Wells

In book reviews, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Events, Living, Media Writing, Opinion, travel, Writing (all kinds) on December 11, 2009 at 5:48 AM

Paul Wells - Roselyn - December 11, 2009

Independent piece Dec. 5, 2007

By Roselyn Kelada-Sedra

Last Refuge of the Vaguely Talented: Interview with Paul Wells

With his words strewn all over the floor, I wait for the phone to ring. Today, I interview Paul Wells, columnist for Maclean’s, author of the bestseller Right Side Up, former political beat-writer for the National Post and altogether brilliant journalist. Anticipation has been building since I first made the contact, and I’m officially daunted. Read the rest of this entry »

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