Dean Serravalle is the acclaimed author of Reliving Charley. Twice nominated for the prestigious Journey Prize of Canada and The National Magazine Award, his short stories have appeared in such journals as The Fiddlehead, Versal, Event, and The Dalhousie Review. He currently teaches English Literature at the Secondary School level, poetry at the College Level, and he is the chief editor for Revel Magazine and Writers4Peace. He resides in Niagara Falls, Ontario with his family.
This week we talked writing with a novelist, took in some readings from a poet, learned more about Dene Ways of Knowing, got a history lesson on the semicolon, and more.
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