Hi all! HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! Gotta say the day is going differently than I planned, but I'm going with the flow and making time to catch up on some things...namely adding a post to this blog! So, there are loads of GREAT events happening in this fine city of ours. It's been awhile since I've … Continue reading EVENTS GALORE!! Feel the Literary Love!
Tonight I will be reading at Mackenzie Hall with Carlinda D'Alimonte and Gord Grisenthwaite from 7pm-9pm as part of the By the River Reading Series. Thank you to Daniel and Emily Lockhart for organizing this series and for inviting me to be a part of it. I will be reading new poetry! Maybe I'll slide … Continue reading Reading Tonight! And…sink down.
Ah, it's Friday. That was a loooooong week. Winter has come back to us though our bones and muscles may have something to say about it. I'm glad the deep cold has come. It's Winter - that's what's supposed to happen. With the deep cold comes deep snuggling, deep darkness, deep contemplation. I'm in my … Continue reading (It’s Okay To) Close the Door
A READING! I will be reading poetry as part of the By The River Reading Series presented by D.A. Lockhart and the Urban Farmhouse Press family on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at Mackenzie Hall beginning at 7pm. I will share the stage with Carlinda D'Alimonte and Gord Grisenthwaite. We will all have books for signing … Continue reading A reading and reading!
This is writer Charis Cotter. She writes middle-grade ghost stories. Her newest book, The Ghost Road, is in the world and blowing us over like a ghost sneezed on us! She'll be in Toronto at Type Books (2887 Dundas St. W) this Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 7pm for her first ever Ontario book launch! … Continue reading Charis Cotter Toronto Book Launch This Saturday! Interview & Photos!
I have a list of things I want to be working on. I write this list out on a piece of paper. I also have a running list of things in my head of things I want to be doing. Reading and writing are ALWAYS ON ALL THE LISTS. I think I'm a pretty disciplined writer and … Continue reading Something Always Comes Up