Monthly Archives: March 2011

March 11

“It’s a Small World” (and thoughts on audience)

“It’s a Small World,” my story about Calgary’s children’s literature scene, appears in today’s issue of Swerve . One of the author/illustrators I profile, Renata Liwska, drew the illustrations for the Swerve story. My work has never been dressed so beautifully. I’ve included one of Liwska’s illustrations above, but to see the rest you are […]

My reading list

Today I realized the odd array of books my walls project has compelled me to read. The titles currently on my desk include, among others: a collection of translated verse by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, Borderlands/La Frontera by Chicana Feminist Lesbian Writer Gloria Anzaldúa, the Rough Guide to Morocco and Cyprus, An Index of Deaths […]