This article was originally published in the February issue of The Walleye magazine. • In another lifetime, Pat O’Connor was literally working on the railroad. He hails from Chapleau Ontario and spent several years traveling around Northern Ontario on the trains. He really liked the Thunder Bay area and had
Are bloggers supposed to be impartial? I don’t know. This isn’t a typical blog. I don’t often write about myself in this space, but I do write about my personal feelings. I can’t write about everybody (for instance, I don’t like the idea of writing about convicted rapists or child
After I posted about People of Port Arthur winning top blog spot in the Walleye Reader survey, I received a lot of lovely messages of encouragement. But also this one: This isn’t what I’d classify as “hate mail.” It’s a legitimate complaint; it’s feedback about an important issue. I responded
I joined Lisa Laco in the studio this morning for an interview! Now, obviously I like to talk so I was pleased to have the opportunity to chat on air about my various projects, specifically People of Port Arthur. Here is a link to the article posted by the CBC
Some of my beautiful People of Port Arthur babes are no longer in Port Arthur. Or even in Thunder Bay! Veronika, also known as Number Five has moved to Alberta! * Julia, also known as Number Eighty-Four, moved all the way to British Columbia! * Some people had babies!
Sunday morning, while brunching with some of my squad (I love how pretentious that makes me sound), we were joined by a gaggle of gorgeous girls! Perhaps I should refer to them as women, but I’m really into alliteration. So girls it is! It was such a treat