My new book “Midlife Solo” is now available.

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Life Stories II at U of T

Always a lovely day, New Year’s Day, quiet. No hangover for this old biddy. I knew it was midnight because the little girl next door, who was outside, shouted Happy New Year! and somewhere, fireworks banged and popped. My treat was watching Monty Don’s “Great Gardens of England” – Sissinghurst! – at the same time as the brilliantly acerbic Canadian satire show, the Beaverton. By midnight, I was safe and warm in bed.

And now – moving from the fog of Christmas and free time into the real world. Checking my teaching numbers – Ryerson is filling fast, so if you’re interested, please register soon. The U of T class Life Stories II has room. That class, on Tuesdays 12.30 – 3 starting Jan. 16, is for writers who have taken my course before or who have a lot of writing experience. The pieces are longer and emailed out in advance, if possible, for a more in-depth exploration.

If you’d like to take your writing to the next level, please get in touch or sign up at the U of T department of Continuing Studies. www.learn.utoronto.ca 

And begin 2018 with a creative challenge.

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