News and Announcements

Something Big’s in the Works

I’m working on something important… I don’t want to say exactly what it is yet because I want to build up suspense. Mwah hah hah. Suffice to say that it is a way for me to finally help people directly, and to usher more art and expression into the world. More news later!

Conduit – A Contemporary Dance Show


Free Flow Dance is having their big shows November 17th and 18th at Persephone Theatre, and my piece, The Bohemian’s Progress, is being played by amazing peeps, Mac Talla Quartet. It’s on at 8 PM both nights.

For the first time, live music will be combined with Jennifer Bezaire’s dancing. We rehearsed together for the first time yesterday and it was energizing. It will be a thrill to be there onstage with an audience. Hope to see you there!

Bohemian’s Progress to be performed at FreeFlow Dance Centre

The long-awaited moment has arrived: I will at last get to see the dance routine that has been set to my piece, The Bohemian’s Progress.  This is a privilege that most people will never get to enjoy in their lifetimes, and I intend to savour it.  I’ll get to see it on September 23rd, 2017, at the FreeFlow Dance Centre at 8:00 PM, and I think you should attend as well!

Patreon! Patreon!

I have just launched my Patreon page. My fingers are actually shaking a little as I type this, because I have so much riding on the success of Patreon. My goal is to make enough money to support my family, modestly. That’s all I’ve wanted for so long. Isn’t it reasonable to think that a man should be able to do that? Support the people he loves by doing what he loves?

Here’s the link to Patreon. Visit, and contribute.

Gateway Festival 2016

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My and my little adventuring buddy, Kara, visited Bengough, Saskatchewan for the Gateway Festival. Establishing base camp in our trusty tent in the overflow parking, we experienced a weekend of music, swimming, and exploring the Big Muddy valley.

I loved Rosie and the Riveters, Fred Penner, Kirby Criddle and Shotgun Jimmie. However, the artist I most wished to see was Corb Lund, Alberta’s modern-day troubadour. He was scheduled to play at 11:00 PM on the Friday, but a thunderstorm rolled in and I had to whisk Kara away to our tent. There, she fell asleep, and I didn’t have the heart to wake her when the band started playing at 1:00 AM. So I had to listen to my favourite songs echo throughout the campsite. It sounded like a really good show (droopy face).

Canadian Writers’ Summit 2016

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I have returned from Toronto from the Canadian Writers’ Summit. It has been 22 years since I visited Toronto, when I was with the National Youth Orchestra. It has been great to explore this quirky, progressive city. It also feels good to be with other writers. I met some new friends, learned a lot, and had some of my opinions challenged.

I don’t want to go from Toronto! I don’t want to go!!!

Readings by the River, August 17

I’m excited! For fifteen glorious minutes, I’ll be taking the community stage at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan to read some of my fiction. I’m not sure yet what I’ll read. I guess it depends how many f-bombs are allowed at this venue, if any.

Website Launch

I’m excited to be launching my website! You’ll find all about me, what I’m writing, where I’m performing, and other little tidbits. Look around, have fun! Let me know if you have any questions.

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