so much news
Meet my new author photo! This film portrait was taken by Sarah Kivell, who does astounding work and constantly inspires me with her contemplative and creative approach to life! I like this photo because I’ve been taking myself too seriously lately; it reminds me that there is fun to be had with creativity, that art is a place to be humble, to play, to listen. This photo is a gift.
I’ve been lax in posting on here lately, but I can promise that that will change very soon. I have so much news in regards to my writing and upcoming books. I can’t reveal some of those things yet, but I’m so excited to share them when the time is right!
I can tell you that my website has been updated! If you want to be the first in the know about upcoming events, readings, and giveaways, you can now sign up for my newsletter!
Also to note is that The Patch Project is going out of print. Limited copies are available for sale at Juniper Books and Biblioasis, with some paperback copies available through Amazon. I also have copies I’ll be selling at upcoming events. If you would like to purchase a signed copy, I’m happy to send/ deliver one to you.
Speaking of upcoming events, the Windsor Small Press Book Fair is going to be held on April 18, 2020 at University Community Church. More details to come!
I’m also really excited for Emily St. John Mandel‘s new book, The Glass Hotel. Her previous book, Station Eleven, is one of my favourite post-apocalyptic novels of all time, but I think she would agree that now is not the best time to start reading it. Stay safe out there, friends!