by E. D. Morin Yesterday, I lay in bed for much of the day with a frozen neck and shoulders. It was as if my body knew what was about to happen down south, what had in essence already happened. … Continue reading
From a lovely tribute to Tanya Coovadia in the Tampa Bay Times: “Her writing had all the wonderful traits that come with being associated from a place like that,” said Watson, 68, referring to Pelee Island. “If life gives you … Continue reading
Writing in the Works celebrated its 10th edition on Thursday, April 28. It’s an annual reading series that was launched in 2008 by Rona Altrows and Lori Hahnel to promote local authors and writing that is — well — in … Continue reading
Join emcee E. D. Morin for an evening of readings and refreshments followed by a literary Q&A. Rob Bose, Susan Calder, Joan Crate, Taylor Lambert and Sarah L. Johnson. Music by the Central Memorial Stringlets!
I’m not sure if I’m an actor who reads or a reader who acts. (Inge and Elaine’s take on the literary tastes and quotes of the famous)
Read by E. D. Morin to those assembled at the When the Wheels Fall Off Calgary launch: Tonight, I want to introduce a book project our collective recently helped to put out into the world. The Crabapples, I should mention, are … Continue reading
The Writing Menopause Anthology wants to make “women of a certain age” visible in all their grey-haired glory. Looking for short fiction, creative non-fiction, flash fiction and poetry. Writers can be living through it, writing through or about it, or … Continue reading