Bev Geddes -- Book LaunchSunday Oct 22 2017 2:00 pm, Winnipeg, Grant Park in the Atrium
This anthology of speculative fiction captures the breadth and depth of caring and of giving and delves into the world of caregiving and caregivers--a segment of our population that is often taken for granted. Recommended by Publishers Weekly.
Contributor Bev Geddes is a school-based speech/language therapist, and freelance writer, working for various organizations such as Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. Her Aurora Award short story finalist, "Living in Oz," appears in the Strangers Among Us: Tales of the Underdogs and Outcasts anthology and her two speculative fiction novels, The Shellyman, and Secrets of Shalott, have recently been completed. When not reading, writing, or running away to her cabin at the lake, Bev enjoys playing the instrument of angels—her Celtic harp, aided and abetted by a menagerie of cats, a dog, and children.