Writing with Curtis Deeter


Good morning writers! It’s that time again, and I have to say I’m thrilled for you to meet Curtis Deeter. He has become a good friend and great support for myself when it comes to my writing. But, if you have yet to read some of the projects he’s been working on, you’ll want to stick around. Let’s dive right in.

My name is Curtis Deeter. I have been writing for as long as I can remember and still have a lot of my work from when I was in grade school (it’s awful, but quite entertaining). I got my first degree in creative writing, but never took advantage of 14639847_999552906820767_7220031749638218970_nthe mentors or resources available to me. I am now almost done with a graduate degree in geography and planning. Yeah, don’t ask. I’m not quite sure how I ended up there, either.

Thanks for joining us today! Could you…

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About Laurie Gardiner

Laurie has loved writing as long as she can remember. Her first published work, “'Til Death Do Us Part,” placed first in the 1997 Cambridge Writers’ Collective short story contest. Her latest works include short stories, “Retribution" and "Thief," appearing respectively in Scout Media's 2016 and 2017 anthologies, A Journey of Words and A Haunting of Words. Over the years, her poetry has also been published in various anthologies. Her debut novel, Tranquility, published in 2015, by Escargot Books and Music, was inspired by her work as a personal support worker specializing in dementia care. In 2015, she graduated with honors from Conestoga College’s Creative Writing program. She’s a Canadian, an avid reader, a yogi, and a Gemini. She grew up on a farm in remote northern Ontario, and now lives in Cambridge, Ontario with her husband and cat.
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