Thelma Wheatley is the author of My Sad Is All Gone: A Family’s Triumph Over Violent Autism (2004), a book about raising her autistic child. Her award-winning short fiction has been published in a number of literary journals across Canada. Past president of Autism Society Ontario, Peel Region, Wheatley continues to be in demand as a speaker on violence and autism. She is on the Board of the Friends of the Archives, Museum of Mental Health, camh, and is currently editor of the Friends of the Archives Newsletter.
Tons going on in Western Canada this week – including a meet, greet, and read of the authors nominated for the Alberta Literary Awards.
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