Lynne loves to give readings and workshops for both adults and children. An award-winning poet and author, Lynne is an accredited teacher who has taught at the middle school, high school, and university levels. Lynne has a B.A. in psychology, a B.Ed. in English and drama with honours specialties, and an M.A. in English.
SCHOOL AND LIBRARY READINGS AND WORKSHOPS:
Lynne is available for both drama and creative-writing workshops, as well as readings for grades 3-12.
Subjects of special interest are
- An Author’s Life
This topic, replete with props, addresses such questions as
"Where do you get your ideas from?"
"How long does it take to write a book?"
"Who illustrates your books?"
"How are books put together?"
"How many drafts do you do?"
"How do you get published?"
"How many hours do you write each day?"
- The Black Loyalists and the Rachel: Our Canadian Girl books
- The Acadians and her novel Claire by Moonlight, forthcoming from Tundra in 2005
- Shakespeare and/or the Shakespeare Authorship question and her novel A Question of Will
- Topics of special interest to Jewish schools and libraries, with reference to her books Candles, Rebecca’s Flame, and/or The Thought of High Windows.
CONFERENCES FOR ADULTS:
Lynne is an experienced speaker who has given talks/workshops on her books, creative writing, Shakespeare and the Jewish Question, and the Shakespeare Authorship controversy.
COURSES FOR ADULTS:
Lynne welcomes invitations to give one or two semester courses on appreciating and writing children’s and/or young adult literature.
To book a school or library visit or to enquire about conferences, course outlines, fees, etc, please contact Lynne using the form below.