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Characters Come Alive at Human Equation Launch

The general rule when it comes to readings at book launches is that they should last no more than 10-15 minutes. But when the person doing the reading is a gifted 19-year-old who transports his audience from their plastic chairs in a high school library to a boardroom on a space fleet’s flagship, that rule […]

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Local University Student Follows Writing Dream

Nineteen-year-old Kenneth Tam, a second-year, full-time Honors History student at Wilfrid Laurier University, is going back to high school. But this time he won’t be attending classes; instead Tam will be launching his first science fiction novel, The Human Equation, in the the school library. Penned before he finished grade 10, the novel is the […]

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Standing-room only at Newfoundland Launch

More than 100 people braved the winter conditions on January 23, 2003 to gather at Land Rover of Newfoundland for that province’s launch of  Standing Tall: A Daughter’s Gift. “It’s hard to describe how special the evening was,” Tam says, “or how much I appreciate the fact that so many people came out on a […]

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Newfoundlander Returns Home to Launch Book

When trying to decide on a location for the Newfoundland launch of her first non-fiction book, Jacqui (Barron) Tam and her Iceberg Publishing team looked at all the typical places. But it wasn’t until a friend suggested the local Land Rover dealership that she felt they’d found the perfect spot. Tam, who will be in […]

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