I had a wonderful time in Edmonton for LitFest 2016! Not only was the weekend full of fantastic conversation about storytelling, Edmonton’s weather cooperated and it was clear and sunny and beautiful for my entire visit. I’m so grateful to LitFest and Caitlin Press for coordinating my attendance and the presentation of Boobs: Women ExploreContinue reading “LitFest Alberta 2016 in sunny (!) Edmonton in October 2016”
So! This is something I’ve been looking forward to awhile. I have the pleasure of being on two panels as part of ListFest Alberta near the end of October. I’ll be in conversation with some smart writers from across the country, discussing societal expectations, the writing and editing process, and what it means to liveContinue reading “Presenting Boobs anthology at 2016 LitFest Alberta in Edmonton Oct 21 & 22”
I had the huge pleasure of being part of the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts from August 11-14 in gorgeous Sechelt, BC. It was definitely one of the highlights of my summer (and that’s including the glimpse I got of lazuli bunting at the end of July–such gorgeous birds!). On Saturday, August 11,Continue reading “Fun, sun, and books at the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts”
I’m so excited to arrive in Sechelt tomorrow for the beginning of the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts. I’m looking forward to sharing the stage at the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Word with Lorna Crozier, Janine Alyson Young and Rebecca Hendry for the Boobs event on August 13 at 1:00!
What a fantastic turn-out to the Boobs celebration at UBC! Thank you to Caitlin Press, for believing in the book right away. Thank you to Sara Graefe and Nancy Lee of the UBC Creative Writing Department for helping to organize this, and for Francine Cunningham and the UBC Alumni Association for collaborating. A huge thank you toContinue reading “Boobs Anthology Reading at UBC Vancouver was empowering”
Thanks to everyone who came out to Trees on Saturday night to join us in a celebration of Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts. And my sincerest things to Zuri Scrivens, Lynn Easton, Christina Myers, and Jane Eaton Hamilton for sharing their work with us. The cafe was vibrant with sincere emotion,Continue reading “Boobs reading showcased moving work at Trees Coffee on Granville”
Join us for another celebration of Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts in Vancouver on Saturday, June 18 at Trees Coffee downtown on Granville St. RSVP to the event on Facebook. Details below! :Women
I had an amazing time in Calgary last weekend. It had been many years since I’d visited the city and it was so much fun to spend time there and soak up some Albertan sun (there’s plenty sun here right now on the west coast, too). My thanks to Shelf Life Books for hosting theContinue reading “Boobs launch in Calgary filled Shelf Life Books”