The pattern was: Write 2/3. Sit with it. Revisit it. Hate it. Throw it all away. Jose Rivera said, “Often, writer’s block happens to you because somewhere in your work you’ve lied to yourself and your subconscious won’t let you go any further until you’ve gone back, erased the lie, stated the truth and started over.”
Somehow knowing my grandmothers are guiding my pen and my great grandmother’s spirit continues to give me unspoken inspiration. I know that the only way to pay homage to these warriors is to set aside my guilt and write their stories. Stories of hard work, stories of their dreams, and bigger and grander stories of their conflicted love and guilt.
During the midst of the deep, dark winter of 2014 something special was unfolding at The Banff Centre. The Banff Musician…
For six weeks Walter Phillips Gallery is being converted into a mini-exhibition space to highlight works from The Banff Centre’s Permanent…
The Odd Couple highlights works from The Banff Centre’s Permanent Collection. Each week will feature a new pairing of artworks that are seldom seen and rarely thought of in relation to one another.