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VJM Publishing is a company with an interest in the kind of things people rarely speak of in public. Based in the South Island of New Zealand, we produce books for people who have seen beyond.

Only a Vote for the Cannabis Party is a Full Vote for Cannabis Law Reform

With the election now three weeks away, every party on the centre-left is suddenly claiming to be a staunch supporter of cannabis law reform. Despite this, only a vote for the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party will show up as a vote for cannabis law reform instead of for one of several other issues.

Voting Cannabis Party is to Have the Courage of Your Convictions

As we get closer to the election on Sep. 20, the other parties are ramping up their rhetoric. It's easy for voters to get lost in this sea of noise, but the cannabis law reform supporters with the strongest convictions will still vote Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party.

(Paperback) 64 Elementary Story Types

64 Elementary Story Types explores the world of archetypes to bring a kaleidoscope of new ideas to your creative fiction. Delve into this eclectic system for understanding the world of story types and discover how the slightest change to a crucial element of any story can provide a range of new insights for the drama potential of your tale.

A Once in a Lifetime Chance to Do Something for Cannabis Law Reform

With an election in four weeks' time, every one us will soon have an unprecedented opportunity to do something for cannabis law reform. All of us have the chance to vote for the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party on Sep. 20, and make our voices heard to the nation.

Why the Next Month is Huge for Cannabis in New Zealand

Next month, Kiwi cannabis users have a rare and valuable opportunity to signal to the rest of the country how badly they want cannabis law reform. The election will give them the chance to cast a vote for the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party, and so declare their will for cannabis law reform on the national stage.

A Vote for the Cannabis Party is Insurance Against Shitty Cannabis Policy

New Zealand has had MMP for less than twenty years, and there are still fundamental misunderstandings about how the system ought to work for voters. This article looks at some misconceptions that have caused some cannabis law reform supporters to support parties other than the Cannabis Party.

When Cannabis Becomes Boring in New Zealand

Although cannabis is a hot topic in New Zealand right now, with the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party fighting hard to make Peter Dunne regret his indifference to the suffering of thousands of Kiwi medical patients, it won't be like this forever.

Is Cannabis Prohibition a Pathological Delusion?

With the legislatures of the world waking up to the reality that cannabis prohibition is a bad idea, questions are being asked about the mentality of those who continue to support it. As the true social cost of enforcing cannabis prohibition becomes clear to the majority of people, it's possible that the most accurate way to understand a continuing support for it is by using a pathological model.

Elementary Types of Character in Writing Fiction

There are a variety of different ways that writers can get to know the protagonists of their stories, and one way is to compare the protagonist of the story to an alchemical element. Knowing what energy your protagonist radiates is a way of using this alchemical metaphor to illuminate the way forward for your story.


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