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another student in Facts and Arguments

Student Nancy Figueroa wrote the other day, to say that another of her essays would be appearing in the Globe.
I read the story at your place in May, worked on it, including some of the suggestions you made and then I forgot about it.  Three weeks ago I remembered it and sent it off to The Globe. They liked it! It will be my third piece in F & A since I finished your class!

I’ll look forward to seeing you September 16 for the launch of True to Life.

 It’s a lovely piece, Nancy. Congratulations.

When our dishwasher broke down, my son and I were doing the dishes together. He suddenly had a lot more to say to me than usual. (Jori Bolton For The Globe and Mail)

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4 Responses to “another student in Facts and Arguments”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks, Beth. I am honoured.

    Nancy

  2. beth says:

    And I am proud, Nancy.
    b.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Very good … really enjoyed reading that. I've never owned a dishwasher. Many of my favourite times with my mom or brother or sister or even father was when we did the dishes together. Thanks, Nancy. Lani

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi Nancy, I have only read two of your stories but enjoyed them both, hope to read more. Dave D 🙂

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