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Once more unto the pantaloons – Wisdom with the Elders

I had a wonderful time up in Comox on Vancouver Island last week. I was invited to don my pantaloons again and speak to the Elder College there. They are running a lecture series for seniors: ‘Great Cities of the … Continue reading

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Fast Talker: the Joy of Narrating Audio Books – especially my own!

I was in London last week. Always great to revisit the city where I grew up, catch up with old friends, drink that sublime beer! Even better to go there with a purpose. And this time I was there to … Continue reading

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Swords and Words in Toronto!

I think this is going to be great fun! Huzzah! I am appearing at two libraries in Toronto this coming week: On Oct 29  12:30 pm – Northern District Public Library (Yonge and Eglinton). This will be a solo author … Continue reading

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A Theatrical Tale; or, see me in Pantaloons

Here’s a video from the recent launch of ‘Shakespeare’s Rebel’ at Bard on the Beach, Vancouver. I talk about my greatest ever theatrical exit – as Oberon, in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. I’m introduced by the charming Artistic Director of … Continue reading

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Hawking my wares: An Author dons pantaloons to sell books

Yes, it’s true. I am a shameless huckster of my own wares. When asked to appear at the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Literary Arts, what could I do but put on my pantaloons, doublet and ruff, snatch up my … Continue reading

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