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As ode to all the illustrious and industrious writers coming to town for the Whistler Readers & Writers Festival, The Insider presents: A Literary Guide to Whistler Hotel Bars Read More
Whistler, it’s a place where you can make anything happen. Read More
What Makes Olga Run? The Mystery of the 90-Something Track Star, and What She Can Teach Us About Living Longer, Happier Lives. Read More
The Whistler Readers and Writers Festival, with the Whistler Arts Council, launches the Authors in Schools Program involving schools from Squamish to Mt. Currie. Read More
Whistler is where it all began. I was a caterer and I met a boy, a cute boy in a red ski uniform in Whistler Mountain Ski School. And the rest is history. Read More
The thorniest part of our collaboration is coming up with the seed idea. Lisa likes to say we are two halves of one brain. When we write it’s slow going initially, because it takes time to percolate good ideas. Bad ideas are easy to come by. They’re often cliché. Unfunny. Boring. Read More
I’ve always approached things in my own way…. I’m very much strongly individual and I’ve always approached it from an individualistic way and kind of ignored the rules, in some ways. You’ve got to learn the rules first and then you can break them. Read More
How often have you heard or thought, I could write a book for kids, how tough could it be? Well… Read More
Nicole Fitzgerald and Stella Harvey try a recipe from A Gourmand in Training on this Shaw TV clip: What a tart!
And while that vortex of paranoia and self-doubt known as the creative process can certainly be a lonely place, do I really want to bring someone else in there to assist as I mine my soul for epiphanies? Read More