“Create a daily practice that’s sustainable, be it a hundred words or two thousand words a day or anywhere in between, then figure out what you need to do to make it happen.”
“One thing I learned about Vonnegut was that these weren’t pieces about mental illness but about the human condition.”
“It captured a very specific period in my life when I was open to new ways of looking at the world. It opened up a new way of storytelling.”
“The best way you can describe it when you’re a kid and you can’t vocalize it is that it just felt good to read. It felt good to think about. It felt good to re-read.”
This isn’t some angry feminist’s diatribe; this is a clear-minded, rational journalist who’s saying it like it is.
This fall will be fuelled with visits from Canadian favourites Chris Hadfield, Mike Myers, and Emma Donoghue.