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The Need To Read

Yesterday morning, I drank my coffee in the South Pacific. On the island of Tahiti, to be exact. During a game of haru raa puu which led to a dramatic and moving conclusion for Miss Alma Whittaker, who nearly drowned, but fought the ocean’s grasp before arriving at an epiphany that made me cry. All […]

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Seven Ways to Stay Sane

Well, now. How’s everybody doing? A little bit of this? A touch of this? Yeah; I hear you. I’m not sure what to say. I could reiterate my own outrage; I could talk about fascism; I could point you to this excellent (and, yes,  frightening) article by David Frum (uh huh, that David Frum, who […]

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Winter Writing Hideaway

It’s already winter up here. The snow came in early November but it feels like we’ve logged a couple months of cold season. Temps have dropped to nearly 30 below with the windchill some days, and there’s snow: lots of it. We’re wearing our parkas and our winter boots and, at this rate, cabin fever […]

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Open Book Toronto: Writers as Readers

I love answering questionnaires. All those ones on Facebook – if you were an animal what would you be? salt or sugar? shoes or no shoes? – and now, thanks to Open Book Toronto, I get to talk about the books I love. Nothing beats that for a writer (and a reader)! Check it out here or […]

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