I was up in The Pas last week, teaching, sharing Following Sea, seeing some old friends, and – it turns out – helping rescue a kitten.

Meet Merlin (named more for the hawk, than the wizard, but seeing how he worked his magic, I think the moniker fits).

I’m preparing now for a reading and two workshops in Kenora, Ontario on May 24 and 25. See this website for more information.

And in June, I’ll be in Bracebridge, Orillia, Toronto, and Newmarket with some terrific other writers. Hope to see some familiar faces!

 

 

 

Sat., June 1: Bracebridge

All events at the Chapel Gallery, 15 King Street, Bracebridge

Make A Scene!: A Writing Workshop, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Register here.

Poetry Reading and Writing Q-and-A: Doors 6:30 p.m., Reading 7 p.m.

Thurs., June 6: Orillia

Orillia Public Library, 36 Mississaga Street West, 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Fellow Turnstone author, Laura Rock Gaughan, author of Motherish, and I will be sharing our new books.

There’s limited seating at this event so please RSVP by contacting the library.

Fri., June 7: Toronto

KnifeForkBook – Reading with Elizabeth Ross and Paula Eisenstein – Doors 6:30, Poetry 7:00 p.m.

244 Augusta Avenue
2nd Floor
at The Dark Side Studio
Kensington Market, Toronto

Tues., June 11: Newmarket

Newmarket Public Library, 438 Park Ave. Newmarket, 7 – 9 p.m.

Fellow Turnstone author, Laura Rock Gaughan, author of Motherish, and I will be sharing our new books.

I acknowledge and am grateful for the support and generous hosting of the Muskoka Authors’ Association, the Orillia Public Library, Jeff Kirby and KnifeForkBook, the Newmarket Public Library and Turnstone Press. Several of these events are also supported by the League of Canadian Poets and the Canada Council for the Arts. Thank you!

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