A Novelist's Mind: Lilian Nattel Online: Really Seeing

Anyone who follows this blog knows how much I love photography: Holding a camera makes me pay closer attention to what’s around me. I look at the ordinary—for instance a picket fence in late fall, a shriveled vine clinging to it, a single flower still blooming—with new eyes. I notice the blessing of colour, red ...

A Novelist's Mind: Lilian Nattel Online: How Kids Shape Parents

An excerpt from my third “special to National Post“: Now I’m doing something quite different: watching an episode of Bewitched with my younger daughter. Though it was a TV show I adored as a kid, when I saw it again a few years ago, I winced over the sexism. Before becoming a parent, I knew ...