“I don’t think that writing is something you’re inspired to do actually,” says Whitehorse writer Lori Garrison. “I think it’s just something you end up doing because you can’t not do it ….
About 15 years ago, I took a trip from Ontario to Alaska. I met a young lady and two male zoology students chipping away at a glacier.
I met Charlie Wilkins in 2005, when he spent part of a chilly winter at Berton House in Dawson City as writer-in-residence.
Clem Martini learned about Berton House from a number of residency alumni who were visiting as part of the Distinguished Writers Program at the University of Calgary, where he is a professor in the drama department. The program sounded interesting.
Linda Leon is one of several artists in the What About the Peel?
The Reckoning concludes the Darkest Powers Trilogy,
During my early days as a conservation officer in Ontario (in the late ‘50s and ‘60s), I spent three years researching the life cycle of the Hungarian partridge.
My lilac bush dominates the front lawn, and even though it’s snowing a bit as I write this, I am already anticipating the fragrance of the flowers that magically appear in the latter part of June.
Local writer Susan Baker admits her new piece NOSYM is not for everyone.
Youth from the Heart of Riverdale Community Centre’s spring break theatre workshop