Hooked on a feeling.
In a facetuned world, can we heal from filter dysmorphia?
Searching for hope, colour and beauty in the bloom of the season.
Choosing what to look like when nobody is looking.
Jeremy and Jules, have cameos in my latest food-world novel. Since they were on hand, imaginatively speaking, I sat them down for parallel interviews to talk about food and life.
The wellness industry exists, like any industry, to make money.
On a journey north, a writer sifts through love, friendship, and two Canadian cities.
The story of rock and roll would seem to belong to men. But that’s simply not the case.
I was hungry for a messier, deeper experience, something closer to an artisan’s relationship with wood or clay. I wanted to wrestle this new book into being.