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In today's episode, I introduce Marnie Maguire who interviews Elizabeth Johnston about how to generate ideas for writing. Marnie Maguire is the co-author of Picture Perfect: The Story of Black's Photography published by the oldest independent publishing house in Canada, Goose Lane Editions. An independent spirit herself, her latest work, A Lick of Fire, is a novel in zine art form.
Marnie personal writing style can be described as a combination of magic realism and poetic grunge, but she is equally comfortable with writing more conventional pieces on commission. Synthesizing her writing experience with her doctoral research, Marnie facilitates truly meaningful workshops and memoir consultations for a broad spectrum of aspiring authors, including street youth, teen mothers, corporate professionals, seniors, as well as college and university students.