Inge Bremer-Trueman

Inge Liselotte Trueman: This week we lost our dear Inge, writer, constant friend, grandmother, one-time pilot and drag racer. You shot from the hip and railed against demagogues and charlatans with sarcastic wit, compassion and a sprinkle of swear words. … Continue reading


Two books were added to the Crabapple Mews orchard in the past year. Impact: Women Writing After Concussion is an anthology edited by E. D. and Jane, and published by University of Alberta Press. The book is full of personal essays … Continue reading

Prophet and Loss

K. Gordon Neufeld with Inge Trueman at Shelf Life Books, Calgary Sunday, August 5, 2018, 2 – 4 pm Inge is inviting all her old writing friends to an event she, along with Shelf Life Books, is hosting to welcome … Continue reading

The book men should read

A wonderful review of Writing Menopause appears in the most recent issue of the journal, Canadian Woman Studies. We’ve been waiting for this one and are thrilled. Writing Menopause is not the book you read to find medical explanations or treatment suggestions for night … Continue reading

Congratulations to Roberta Rees!

We’re delighted to announce Roberta has been nominated for her non-fiction piece in Writing Menopause. “Evie’s Massage Parlour” is on this year’s shortlist for the Alberta Literary Awards James H. Gray Award. Help celebrate all Literary Award shortlisted authors and hear readings of … Continue reading

Vancouver Writing Menopause Event

The long anticipated Vancouver Writing Menopause book event happens on March 29, 2018 at the Vancouver Public Library, Kitsilano Branch. This “revolutionary collection of work” continues to be relevant, giving voice to an often stigmatized and yet highly universal life experience. Four local area contributors – Rhona McAdam, Leanna McLennan, Jane Silcott … Continue reading

Inge’s third novel lifts off

While you’re filling in your spring 2017 literary social calendars, remember to add Inge’s lift-off of Winging It, the third installment in her Sonja Pfeiffer series. Because we’re dying to find out what happens to Sonja! Join Inge, editor E.D. … Continue reading

A great start to our book tour

Jane, myself, and our amazing author-contributors are grateful to all who helped fill Calgary’s Shelf Life Books last night and usher in the Writing Menopause anthology. We celebrated, we shared stories, we toasted the launch of this revolutionary collaboration, and … Continue reading