AuthentiCity Limits

Page 35, though it would seem to be a cover page. I suppose I wasn’t intending for this book to be entirely Not a Nice Story.

Page 28, seems a bit more optimistic. Unfortunately, this doesn’t look like anything I’ve ever seen in the city. Perhaps the word GO was very compelling.

Page 14. The most authentic city page, since it was mostly painted in the city, facing the Philosophy department at Concordia where I spend quite some time.

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