Ada Glustein is one of our newer writers, having started in earnest after retirement.
A primary teacher and a former faculty associate and language arts instructor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, she was an English Major with a second Major in Teaching English as a Second Language.
She writes weekly with the Lifewriters at Brock House and has served over the past two years on the editorial team for the group’s annual anthology.
Ada writes stories of her childhood, her schooling and her teaching. Her next goal is to produce a book for new teachers.
It’s Hard to Build Bridges when Bombs are Falling appeared in Tikkun Daily (Dec. 5’12) and Outlook: Canada’s Progressive Jewish Magazine (Jan.-Feb.’13 issue)
Blogs: Time to Dream (Feb. 17’12); All Those in Favour of Compassion?(Feb. 17’12); The Compassion Room (Nov. 7’11)
for the Dalai Lama Center.
Awakening (Sept.’13) for Building Bridges Vancouver.
Memoir workshops, Editing, Co-creating personal or family histories, writing final document.
2013 winner for creative non-fiction in the Fed. of BC Writers’ Literary Writes