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My name is Bill Engleson. I was a social worker in British Columbia for many years. Before that, in my twenties, I was having a great time enjoying the 1960’s and early 1970’s, being a sometime student and a full-time communard. For part of those years, I was also happily engaged in writing a first novel. Once I entered the world of child welfare, my creative writing got side-tracked. That was okay. I put aside my draft novel (still under construction and called Bloodhound Days) and immersed myself in an exciting and engaging profession.
Once I retired, decades late, an early retirement, I should add, courtesy of a somewhat reactive provincial government who wanted to downsize public services at the expense of its citizens, I followed through on a…
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