Monthly Archives: September 2011

Last words: yet another numbered list | Open Book: Toronto

Last words: yet another numbered list | Open Book: Toronto .

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The 10 Questions I Forgot to Ask Vivek Shraya While on the 401 | Open Book: Toronto

The 10 Questions I Forgot to Ask Vivek Shraya While on the 401 | Open Book: Toronto .

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Why I Love Visiting Book Clubs | Open Book: Toronto

Why I Love Visiting Book Clubs | Open Book: Toronto .

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My 8 Rules for Touring | Open Book: Toronto

My 8 Rules for Touring | Open Book: Toronto .

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The line between self-promotion and being obnoxious | Open Book: Toronto

The line between self-promotion and being obnoxious | Open Book: Toronto .

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Celebrating a year of Black Coffee Poet: an interview with Jorge Antonio Vallejos | Open Book: Toronto

Celebrating a year of Black Coffee Poet: an interview with Jorge Antonio Vallejos | Open Book: Toronto .

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Do You Remember Your First Time? | Open Book: Toronto

  Word on the Street:  Do You Remember Your First Time? | Open Book: Toronto .

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Mentorship Matters: 7 questions for Elizabeth Ruth | Open Book: Toronto

    Meet one of my mentors. Mentorship Matters: 7 questions for Elizabeth Ruth | Open Book: Toronto .

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10 things I wish I’d known 10 years ago: a letter to my 30 year old writer self | Open Book: Toronto

    What do you wish you’d known 10 years ago? 10 things I wish I’d known 10 years ago: a letter to my 30 year old writer self | Open Book: Toronto .

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Writers’ Groups: on playing nice and riding the changes | Open Book: Toronto

    Have you ever been a part of a writers’ group?   Writers’ Groups: on playing nice and riding the changes | Open Book: Toronto .

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The Care And Feeding of My Inner Critic | Open Book: Toronto

      What does your inner critic look like? The Care And Feeding of My Inner Critic | Open Book: Toronto .

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On Fans, Pronouns, and Stories that Win Hearts: An Interview with Elisha Lim | Open Book: Toronto

    Read my interview with illustrator and writer, Elisha Lim: On Fans, Pronouns, and Stories that Win Hearts: An Interview with Elisha Lim | Open Book: Toronto .

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What I learned on my summer writing retreat | Open Book: Toronto

Here’s my latest Open Book: Toronto blog post:  What I learned on my summer writing retreat | Open Book: Toronto .

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Community and Creativity | Open Book: Toronto

Here’s my second Open Book: Toronto blog post:  Community and Creativity | Open Book: Toronto .

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On becoming a Blogwala | Open Book: Toronto

Here’s my first blog post as Writer In Residence at Open Book: Toronto. On becoming a Blogwala | Open Book: Toronto .

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