Written by Cornelia Hoogland | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
My support for writing “Trailer Park Elegy” comes partly from my dog. Read More
Written by Dania Tomlinson | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Writing wouldn’t be possible for me without my writer friends, my husband, my mom, and a nearby coffee shop. Read More
Book review: Trickster Drift by Eden Robinson offers riveting sequel to Son of a Trickster
by Libby McKeever
Getting out of Kitimat was meant to be a lifesaver for Jared.
In Trickster Drift, Eden Robinson’s sequel to Son of a Trickster, Jared heads to Vancouver to upgrade his marks at BCIT. Read More
Written by Eve Lazarus | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
In 1965, CKNW personality Rene Castellani poisoned his wife Esther with arsenic flavoured milkshakes so that he could marry Lolly Miller, the 20-something receptionist. Read More
Written by Darrel J. McLeod | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Mamaskatch recounts the story of a Cree boy (me) growing up near Slave Lake. I am longing for happiness, peace and a normal life – something you might see in an indigenous version of Archie comics. Read More
Race Across Australia Takes An Unpredictable Turn
In A Long Way From Home, Peter Carey’s latest novel, Titch and Irene Bobbs are a diminutive pair with a mighty dream—to win the 1953 Redex Trial. Read More
Written by Lynn Duncan | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
While authors who undertake the publication of their books are called self-publishers, the reality is somewhat different — no one succeeds alone. Read More
Written by Claire Sicherman | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
When I was in my thirties my mother told me that my grandfather killed himself. She spoke these words casually, as if she were a server in a restaurant telling me about the specials. My sister and I grew up thinking it was a heart attack. Read More
Written by Charles Demers | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Sometimes long prose projects can be hard for me, since I’m used to the stand-up comedy world of instant feedback and jamming on ideas with other comics in the context of live shows — contrarily, the glow of the laptop can be a lonely and desolate Read More
Written by Katherine Fawcett of The Sea to Sky Strings Orchestra | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Show up. Sit down.
laugh – Pet the dog.
Tighten, rosin, tune.
Talk: kids, news, dreams, dotted eighth
notes, hair, eyeglasses, skiing.
Late-comers arrive. Apologies.
Unlatch. Read More