#0037: Sir Bacon; Fimo R. Mitchell; & Richard Rubacher

The Stuph File Program

Featuring blogger Sir Bacon; Fimo R. Mitchell, author of Lost Or Found; & Richard Rubacher, author of Kissing Death

Sir Bacon is a blogger who writes about his journey through unemployment, from a 25 year career working in television to his current hunt for a job.

Fimo R. Mitchell is a Canadian journalist who currently works in China as a school teacher. He’s the author of the book Lost or Found and he also has a blog called A Montrealer In China.

Richard Rubacher is the author of Thai Touch, which explores some of the wackiest, weirdest customs and people throughout Thailand. He is currently working on his new book which will be called Kissing Death, which deals with a weird “magical” death ritual.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Steve Faguy, copy editor at The Montreal Gazette and also a popular Montreal blogger.

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