Saturday, December 1, 2012

writing personal stories: Anne Konrad Dyck

My friend Anne Konrad Dyck of Toronto is excellent at writing personal
stories in a way readers can relate to. One example is her memoir of a
Mennonite childhood, The Blue Jar. It's a Canadian classic. More
recently, University of Toronto Press published her book Red Quarter
Moon: A Search for Family in the Shadow of Stalin. The latest issue of
the Canadian Mennonite has a couple of interesting articles about
Anne's life and writing. Here are the links:

Elma Schemenauer,, author of 75 books published in
Canada and the USA, editor of many others. Blog Website

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