Monthly Archives: June 2022

 

Poetry walking in Saskatchewan

A week spent with environmental literati from around the country and beyond was stimulating, delicious and rather warm at times. The first ALECC conference since pandemic times was, as they say, an intimate affair – not everyone who could have … Continue reading

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Next stop: Saskatoon

I’ll be lifting off on Monday – first trip off Vancouver Island since 2019 – and flying to Saskatoon, where I’ll be reading at 7pm on Tuesday evening with two fabulous Saskatchewan poets, Mari-Lou Rowley and Katherine Lawrence at McNally … Continue reading

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Bake Sale Update – The Final Tally!

The bake sale! We did it! The final menu featured 21 different items baked by six local bakers. Of these items, 19 were gluten-free, 20 were dairy free, 15 were vegan and 2 were raw foods. Grateful thanks to the … Continue reading

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The Poetry of a Healthy Bake Sale

The News has become a dark place, and February 24 was a darker day than most. For a couple of months I felt crushed, dodged war reports, hunkered down in helpless anguish. Then one day an email dropped into my … Continue reading

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