Category Archives: articles by james strecker

FIBROMYALGIA & LIVING WITH PAIN: A WRITER”S ACCOUNT

Several doctors, physiotherapists, and sufferers from fibromyalgia have found this article to be an accurate description of living with pain, especially from fibromyalgia. Please feel free to share it with anyone you know who would benefit from reading this account, … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ‘ACT LIKE A MAN?’

My article “What does it mean to ‘act like a man?’” first appeared in the Hamilton Spectator in the spring of 2014 in a shorter version. The subject is very relevant to both creators and audiences in all the arts, … Continue reading

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MEMORIES OF PETE SEEGER (Published February 13, 2014 in the Hamilton Spectator)

MEMORIES OF PETE SEEGER The last three postcards from Pete Seeger were signed ‘Old Pete’, though the handwriting was quite graceful and still verging on miniscule as in his first letter in 1961. After one of his concerts, back then, … Continue reading

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LONDON: A CULTURAL DIARY PART I & PART II

From my archives, here’s a two part diary article I wrote on my visit to London three years ago for an alternative newspaper in Hamilton. It is long but, London being what it is, it could have been much longer. … Continue reading

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