Au Revoir 2021

Pressure to arrive at some kind of overview of a year’s passage. The close of one thing and entry into another. Then I think of the universe…. What is time? ^__^)/   It was so great to bring Shadow Life out into the world. Thank you, to everyone who has read it and bought it…

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Au Revoir 2021

Pressure to arrive at some kind of overview of a year’s passage. The close of one thing and entry into another. Then I think of the universe…. What is time? ^__^)/   It was so great to bring Shadow Life out into the world. Thank you, to everyone who has read it and bought it…

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Thank you, New York Public Library

Super, super excited that #ShadowLife has made the New York Public Library’s Best of 2021 List!! Imagine a young Japanese Canadian tomboy book nerd with serious Bangs living in the 1970s rural Pacific Northwest, reading from The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and A Cricket in Times Square, and dreaming about New York…

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Me and Kyo Maclear @ Calgary WordFest

Come join me in conversation with dear writing friend, Kyo Maclear and lovely host Shelley Youngblut as we talk about how bodies are represented and seen. Our relationships with these ideas. And soooo much more! Kyo is such a thoughtful thinker, writer, conversationalist. I always walk away from our conversations with so much goodness. Tuesday,…

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Vancouver Writers Festival

Heading back to Vancouver today for Vancouver Writers Festival! I’m excited to be a part of two panels– a third one “The Human Connection” has been moved entirely online and I’ll update with more info soon. It’s been a long pandemic and it feels good to join writers and readers at a festival.    …

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New Works at The Victoria Festival of Authors

In-person event! First time since I don’t know when? Really excited about this event at the Metro Theatre–on the lands of the Lekwungen speaking peoples. We’ll be talking about our works in progress. I think this is going to be a good conversation… September 29th at 7:30 pm.

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