This week we interview, Gwynn Scheltema. Gwynn is a writing jack-of-all-trades: poetry; fiction, editing; memoir, and non-fiction. Retired .from many years as a “working writer” earning a living from writing newspaper columns, magazine feature articles, fiction editing for a literary journal, ghost writing non-fiction books and working as a senior writer and editor for several communications branches in the provincial government, she now lives and writes for pleasure in the village of Trent River. Retirement, however, hasn’t slowed the pace. She’s still a partner in Writescape, providing editing services, a variety of workshops and masterclasses, and retreats for writers. Through Writerscape, Gwynn also blogs regularly in The Top Drawer and 10 on the 10th.
Gwynn has also been co-host, co-producer and the sound editor for Word on the Hills for over six years. Presently she is making an effort to cut back somewhat on her many activities so that she can concentrate on her current writing projects. Please join us!