My new book “Midlife Solo” is now available.

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Beth’s courses at Ryerson and U of T and upcoming nonfiction conference

Just a reminder for any of you considering coming back to, or coming for the first time to writing school: Ryerson’s True to Life, CWWR 336, starts Wednesday May 1. Registration will soon be open or maybe is already.

And U of T’s Life Stories, running Tuesday evenings this term instead of during the day, starts Tuesday May 7. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Oh, and I forgot to let you know that last week, my longterm student and dear friend Ruth Miller had yet another piece in the Globe – her fourth, she thinks, but who’s counting? Ruth has also read at more So True events than anyone else. She’s a treasure.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/first-person/article-i-keep-losing-stuff-but-i-havent-lost-my-sense-of-humour-yet/

And this is coming up, for any of you in Vancouver who want to be dazzled, stimulated, and informed. I wouldn’t miss it.

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