You Look Good For Your Age is a collection of writing by people who identify as women in our 40s upwards. Edited by Rona Altrows, the anthology deals with aging and ageism as experienced by women. It is being published by the University of Alberta Press this month, and the book launch is at 7 p.m. MST on May 27th. Because of the pandemic, it is being held online, but the great part of that is anything can join in. I’ll be reading from my essay “Adult Tween.” Here’s the link to register.

It’s been a busy new year. I just received my contributor’s copies of Toasts: The Perfect Words to Celebrate Every Occasion (Viva Editions, 2014). It was published back in the fall and features three toasts I wrote: for a new job, Passover, and Chanukah.

I created a short promotional video for Daughter’s Day, with interviews and photos. I interviewed Mayor Don Iveson, and I sing at the end of it. Here it is:

My community access program on Shaw TV, From the Ground Up: Activists and Activism in Edmonton, recently began it’s second season. The station informed me that they will be putting the show on their website, but in the meantime you can watch the web versions of the show here.