After two and a half years of a friend's perseverance, the writing group is a reality, and I am finally reconsidering the nature of text as something other than a very sharp, multi-edged knife, one where even the handle can cut you.
reading anything and everything published by Gaspereau Press, a life altering discovery
the current library list (really):
The rough guide to Montréal /
written and researched by Arabella Bowen and John Shandy Watson.
Lolita [sound recording] / Vladimir Nabokov.
War and peace / by Leo Tolstoy ;
translated from the Russian by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhons
Salamander / Thomas Wharton.
Icefields / Thomas Wharton.
Lost in Austen : create your own Jane Austen adventure /
Emma Campbell Webster.
The new book of image transfer :
how to add any image to almost anything with fabulous results /
The glass books of the dream eaters / Gordon Dahlquist.
Sharp objects : a novel / Gillian Flynn
The meaning of night : a confession / Michael Cox.
weather so cold the cats are huddled on top of any object of heat and the windows rattle rattle rattle in the wind