Tag Archives: nonfiction
Urquhart’s story is raw, personal, exciting, and enlightening, moving along quickly and providing snapshots – both in words and via Cahana’s pictures – of the locales and people she hops among. She does justice to the population she’s trying to depict, and will unquestionably make readers approach the homeless youth they encounter with a new, more sympathetic lens; perhaps even with a tinge of envy for their unabashed liberty from cultural expectations.
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Happy solar eclipse in Virgo! I’m happy to announce that I’ve been awarded a full OGS (Ontario Graduate Scholarship) for my work at OISE! I am researching the benefits of mindfulness and meditation in elementary teacher education, looking specifically at the podcast as a viable medium for learning. Take a peek at my teaching portfolio over here. And, please, if you have any resources on this topic then send them my way!
I am teaching two weekly fiction courses at Centauri Arts Academy this Fall; Mondays and Saturdays. If you know anyone aged 11-18 looking for a supportive writing environment in Toronto please let them know.