A. Love well. Serve well. Share well.
A. Dr. Seuss was pretty convincing when he said I wouldn't want to be a potato. I'm happy to be me.
A. "But." BUT, it's not my fault. I'd like to be more unilateral, BUT there are a lot of variables in life.
A. Meg, from A Wrinkle in Time.
I’m excited to announce that 50 Poisonous Questions is part of a new exhibit at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. If you haven’t been to this newish UBC museum yet, it’s time. The place is spectacular… and not just because there’s … Continue reading
I was in the middle of Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam last week when I went to see the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the art gallery. Now, I know that Margaret Atwood and Douglas Coupland are rather different. You would never mistake … Continue reading
We’ve been going culture crazy around here. In true Kyi style, of course, which means we’ve included an opening-day trip to Guardians of the Galaxy. But let’s pretend I didn’t admit that, and move on to the high-brow events… The … Continue reading
Memory is intertwined with emotion. That’s one of the things I learned while writing 50 Body Questions. The parts of your brain responsible for forming long-term memories are literally tangled with the parts of your brain used for intense feelings. … Continue reading
I’m hightailing it out of town next May, as part of TD Canadian Children’s Book Week. To where, you ask? I have no idea! They announced the roster of touring writers, illustrators, and storytellers yesterday, but they haven’t yet decided … Continue reading