The lazy summer days of writing in my backyard have given way to cooler mornings working in my basement, waiting for the sun to rise. It’s been a long time and a lot of words since last I wrote here, largely as a result of a rather unusual summer for me, productivity-wise anyways. Generally, the […]Read more "End of Summer"
January’s goals are a real mixed bag. I’ve been looking forward to reading Madeleine Thien’s Do Not Say We Have Nothing since the fall and have been promising my daughter that I would read The Cursed Child for almost as long. Ken Dryden’s autobiography, The Game, has sat on my shelf for almost six years, […]Read more "January Goals"
Deville coffee and memories of Europe. I’ve always got a couple of projects on the go, but a recent trip to France and Belgium saw me dust off a draft of an old manuscript from a few year’s back. It’s about two brothers backpacking through Europe. As you can tell from all the ink, this […]Read more "This week’s writing brought to you by"