I’m looking forward to an evening with wine and refreshments discussing Ellen in Pieces at Christianne’s Lyceum of Art and Literature: Thursday, 28 January at 7 pm. For details and to register click here.
For Metro Vancouver editors and writers, I’m teaching a day-long class on Editing Fiction for Editors British Columbia. Details are here. Hope to see you there!
What a a pleasant surprise to have an old book get a new life! Sitting Practice is has been long-listed for Canada Reads 2016! Read the full list of nominees here.
Wonderful to be invited back to Whistler for the 2015 Whistler Writers Festival, October 15-18th. I’ll be performing a selection from Ellen In Pieces at the literary cabaret and giving a Saturday morning workshop. Check out the many other readings, workshops and performances here.
I’m honoured to be attending the upcoming Kingston Writersfest. My events include Reading Women: Biscotti and Books, with three friends: Marina Endicott, Anakana Scofield and Joan Thomas. I’ll also be giving a teen masterclass, Person, Place, Thing, as well as visiting local schools. View the festival schedule here.
I’m thrilled to be heading off to Sechelt this weekend for one of my very favourite literary festivals. See the great line-up of authors and entertainers here. Hope to see you on the Sunshine Coast!
A History of Forgetting was published in 1999 by Key Porter Books in Canada and in 2000 by review in the UK. It’s long been out of print in Canada, but now Biblioasis has republished it in its Reset series and is bringing it out in the US for the first time. Here are the two new editions, substantially revised for republication.