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Welcome to ZSROE.COM, an opinions blog created and written by Z. S. Roe, an Ontario writer and blogger.

Z. S. Roe is the author of Broken Reflections, a poetry chapbook about life as a glassworker (available from Plan B Press). His short fiction has appeared in various publications, including Joypuke II and the 13th issue of Dark Moon Digest. Most recently, his short story “Grunt Work” appeared in Workers Write! Tales from the Construction Site, an anthology that won the 2017 Tillie Olsen Award for Creative Writing

His tastes vary, and so too will the subject matter of his posts.  Here, authors such as Stephen King and David Wong will sit on the same shelf as Jeanette Winterson and Yann Martel.  Films like Die Hard and Guardians of the Galaxy will be screened on the same screen as Polytechnique and Call Me By Your Name.  And don’t think he doesn’t have an opinion about religion; by God, does he ever.

ZSROE.COM is where high-brow meets low-brow, and the two come out, like gentlemen, shaking hands.

My tastes vary, and so too will the subject matter of each post.  Here, authors such as Stephen King and Orson Scott Card will sit on the same shelf as Jeanette Winterson and Yann Martel.  Films like Die Hard and Zombieland will be screened on the same screen as Polytechnique and The Road.
Zsroe.com is where high-brow meets low-brow, and the two come out, like gentlemen, shaking hands.

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