Monthly Archives: September 2007

New and Old Friends…

This has been a heartwarming week, for a few reasons… I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ben Barry , a socially conscious entrepeneur and journalist for Report on Business. He was curious about my self-promotional strategies and the ways they

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Reading, Writing and MMP

It’s been a productive week of writing: a little more story development, editing and a few more pages tapped out on the keyboard. Once in a while writing feels easy–I fall into some kind of “zone” and time and words

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Readings coming up this week

Ramadan Mubarak and Shanah Tova everyone! This week, I will be reading at a noon-time event at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health: “Queer Within These Walls”, Wednesday September 19th, 12-1pm at 33 Russell Street, Cafeteria, Toronto. The event

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Reading at the St. Christopher House Literacy Program’s 30th Anniversary Party

If you spend any time in Toronto’s downtown west neighbourhoods, you’ll probably be a little familiar with St Christopher House ( http://www.stchrishouse.org/ ), a local social service agency that serves the city’s homeless, new immigrants and kids. At Ossington and Dundas,

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a new year starting…

I think many of us, trained for so many years by our school system,¬†view September as a kind of new year. Even if we aren’t students or academics, September can signal the ending of a relaxed summer and the beginning

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