My new book “Midlife Solo” is now available.

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note from a grateful student

My classes start soon – Ryerson next Wednesday and U of T the Tuesday after that. There’s still room. Scroll down to the post from a few days ago for more information and links.

These are the treats that inspire teachers to keep going – out of the blue, this morning, I got this email from a Syrian woman who came to class 15 years ago. 15 years! But then, I’ve been teaching this stuff for 25. And still love my work.

Hello Beth, 

I wonder if you remember me 🙂 I took one of your creative writing courses at Ryerson year 2007 I think! 
Just touching base with you to say that you an inspiring teacher. I learned from you.

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