twentyseventeen

What a fucking year. This year had some seriously big peaks and valleys personally and the whole damned year was punctuated throughout by political issues that have made my stomach churn any time I check the news My own valleys include the unexpected loss of my brother and the disappointing end of one of my relationships. The peaks, however, outweigh those valleys. Getting the Victoria Tool Library up and running (and thriving), trips to Calgary Continue Reading →

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Wow. 2012 was an elastic kind of year — some parts seemed to stretch on for ages and others just flew by. I wanted to write and publish more in 2012. I started the year with a short story, co-authored a book on Pinterest and published another short story in a compilation. In November, I rounded up some friends willing to check-in on me and give me feedback on  a short fiction collection I hope Continue Reading →