Here is a smattering of events and videos for your perusal. Some are time-sensitive. Tomorrow, Friday, June 12 is the last day to vote for awards for Windsor's first Youth Short Film Festival (Thank you Gemma and the City of Windsor ACHF grant!) filmmakers! The voting link is right underneath the video in the text… Continue reading Videos & Lives! Creativity Abounds!
Jett's first-ever short film that he made is an 'official selection' in Windsor's first Youth Short Film festival created and organized by local filmmaker Gemma Cunial. Gemma's great idea and plan for this festival was recognized by winning one of the the City of Windsor' Arts, Culture and Heritage Fund special COVID-19 art relief grants… Continue reading Time Record – Official Selection & Vote
This world really is full of magic. At just about the same time that I was dreaming up Gertrude's Writing Room, Stephanie Steinberg, writer/journalist, was having the same dream. She too wanted to open a space where writers could gather to write, read, learn and play. As I was doing research for Gertrude's whilst writing… Continue reading Interview with Stephanie Steinberg, owner of the Detroit Writing Room
This is why reading is soooo very important - it enlightens us in ways that are necessary for our ability to remember. Last night, I started reading 'The Chilbury Ladies' Choir' by Jennifer Ryan. It's a story about the reformation of a choir in small town England during World War II. (It's much more, but… Continue reading Mass Observation – Let The 2020 Archive Begin?
Looking for a zany and gross but totally fun and wonderful gift for that special child in your life? Look no further - we are proud to announce the book launch of 'From A to Ziffery Zanks' - a collection of children's clerihew poetry. Words by me, Vanessa Shields, and pictures by the great Glen… Continue reading FROM A TO ZIFFERY ZANKS BOOK LAUNCH THIS SUNDAY!
Thank you for reading our first instalment of 'Twenty Questions with Harriet Bernstein'! Have you fallen in love yet? I hope so! We've got ten more questions and answers for you to read, and continue to get to know the incredible woman who is Harriet Bernstein! Of course, if any of this has resonates with… Continue reading Twenty Questions with Harriet Bernstein – Part 2 of 2
Writer Harriet Bernstein is a force. A woman with a life story that rivals any Hollywood romantic drama Academy Award winning film. I think maybe Meryl Streep could play present-day Harriet...looking back over a lifetime of adventures. She'd at least get nominated for an Oscar! To play the leading man? Hmmm. Antonio Banderas, perhaps? But… Continue reading Twenty Questions with memoirist Harriet Bernstein – Part 1 of 2
The kids are at school. The kids are at school! And so, here I am sitting at the dining room table, coffee in hand's reach. I've already devoured two Eggos (w/ butter, peanut butter and a little bit of honey). I've got just over an hour before I have to scoot to the school to… Continue reading All Good Things