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Beth’s spring classes at U of T and Ryerson

Dear writers, if you’re thinking of signing up – do go ahead.

U of T’s Life Stories is a daytime class, 12.30 to 3, starting Tuesday May 7.

Ryerson’s True to Life is an evening class, 6.30 to 9.15, starting Wednesday May 1. Please let me know if you have any questions.

I look forward to seeing you. Rest assured, I will be speaking English – with maybe just a tiny bit of Italian. Ciao!

And if you need inspiration, consider going to hear this marvellous non-fiction writer:



2 Responses to “Beth’s spring classes at U of T and Ryerson”

  1. Lynda says:

    Hi Beth, I have recommended to my friend to take your evening writing course at Ryerson. She is thrilled to enroll, but the first class she has a conflict with another event that she must attend. She was wondering if she could start in the second class and, if so, could she email you to find out what she would be missing? Please let me know. I can be reached at Thanks. Lynda

  2. beth says:

    I'll email you, Lynda. No problem with missing one class. I'll let her know what she missed.

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