This article in BusinessInsider (September 25, 2022) was a challenging one to write. It looks at the complicated feelings and internalized stigma associated with going the “bank of daughter and son-in-law” for help, rather than the other way around.
I wrote about my mid-century modern apartment building for a series called Home Truths in The Toronto Star (July 30, 2022). Artist Shruti Bhatnagar created this delightful illustration.
It was my pleasure to interview Natalie Moores for this feature in Chatelaine, June 2022. Natalie came out as trans and as a lesbian during the pandemic and is celebrating Pride for the first time this year.
My First Person essay, A Helping Hand, appeared in the Globe and Mail February 16, 2021.
A personal radio essay called Grievous Injuries was published and aired on CBC’s The Sunday Edition on May 3, 2020.
My autobiographical essay called Graywood Drive won an emerging writer award through Open Book, Arts Etobicoke and the Toronto Arts Council in 2018 and was published in an anthology as part of the project.
My essay called Why #IBelieveHer was published on the Ms Magazine blog in 2016.