February fog and frost and looking ahead to spring

Full house for the program I presented at Calgary Public Library on Saturday. I had fun and I’m pretty sure the audience did, too. People asked some very interesting questions. I hung around for some of the other sessions Saturday and they also seemed to go over very well. Looks like Writers’ Weekend was a success, and I hope CPL can do it again next year.

For now, I’m plugging away at manuscripts for my CAA residency. The deadline for receiving submissions is March 31, so if you’ve been putting off sending one I encourage you to do so now. Also looking forward to the program Rona Altrows is presenting for CAA here in Calgary next month.

Even further down the road is Writing in the Works III, slated for the night of May 20th at Memorial Park library. Check here later for a full roster of this year’s readers. Should be a great show.

Yawn. February so far has been foggy and frosty. Spring seems far away at this point. Must be why I’m thinking about spring.

2 thoughts on “February fog and frost and looking ahead to spring

  1. I'm sure you are being modest and bet that the participants at CPL had a great time.Spring still seems far away but the calendar says it will arrive in March, well, technically anyway. Maybe you'll have another chinook soon.

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