As volunteer mentor with the PEN Canada Writers in Exile program, I resolve to grow the volunteer mentor pool to better support our writers to integrate into the Canadian writing community. https://open-book.ca/News/Canadian-Writers-and-Publishers-Share-Their-Literary-Resolutions-for-2023
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Editors Canada published my Editors’ Weekly blog post today. Link to it here: https://blog.editors.ca/?p=9932
Travel was fraught, but I am so happy to be back in Puerto Rico for my first visit since COVID cancelled me (and all else) in 2020. Tonight I join the weekly poetry salon at The Poet’s Passage, hosted by the wonderful Lady Lee Andrews — my unofficial Puerto Rico book launch.
For Editors Toronto: “Guidelines for Ethical Editing of Student Texts” Join Editors Toronto on Tuesday, November 23, at 7:00 pm EST via Zoom for “The Purpose and Rationale Behind the ‘Guidelines for Ethical Editing of Student Texts.’” Are you an academic editor or someone who works with student texts? Have you ever had questions about what is […]
Ask an Award Winner: An Interview with Mary Rykov September 28, 2021 Filed under: Becky Heaman and tagged with: award profiles, Becky Heaman, editor advice, freelance editing, freelance editors, interview, Mary Rykov The Editors Canada student relations committee recently completed a series of interviews with Editors Canada award winners. Each month, we’ll bring you the highlights of our interviews in the hopes that those featured may inspire […]
MY COVID kitty is a preloved, rehomed four-year-old named Raven, who is as beautiful as she is bossy. Definitely a trickster. Last I checked, the lease is still in my name, but otherwise she rules. *** Being housebound during the first COVID-19 lockdown in Spring 2020 made me realize the mouse infestation in my downtown […]
Read Claire Molyneux’s review: The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy. https://maryrykov.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/NZJMT2020Review_ClaireMolyneux-RykovReview.pdf
The 2020 Summer sale continues on the Innanna Publications website for all their wonderful titles! Use this code — summer20 — when processing your book orders. Link to order some conditions apply here: https://www.inanna.ca/product/some-conditions-apply/
Sunday, 19 July 2020, 2:00–4:00 pm, PST, we launch Pulp Literature Issue 27 with readings and revelry. Our summer launch will be held in the virtual reading room of our Discord channel. We’ll have readings from authors Kate Felix, Mitchell Toews, Kim Harbridge, Crystal Bourque, R Daniel Lester, Hannah van Didden, Kim Martins, Mary Rykov, […]
I look forward to another virtually free reading from some conditions apply on Saturday, 18 July 2020, 4:00 pm EST. I hope you can join me then. Better still — stay for the entire festival of readings and workshops. Register at this Eventbrite link.