Donna Wootton is an author who lives in Cobourg, ON, Canada. She is a retired teacher with a broad range of pedagogical experiences. She is also a graduate of the Humber School for Writers having studied under the mentorship of Antanas Sileika. She has also been an amateur dancer with the Margaret Morris Movement for over four decades. Her most recent novel is called What Shirley Missed and her earlier novel was Leaving Paradise. Her book published in 2009 is a creative nonfiction account of her late father who was a charter inductee into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame. MOON REMEMBERED The Life of Lacrosse Goalie Lloyd ‘Moon” Wootton was published by Ginger Press in Owen Sound and is archived in the library at Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada. Her poetry has been published in various anthologies including The Divinity of Blue and all four Hill Spirits anthologies. She has poems and stories in an upcoming anthology from the Heliconian Club and a travel poem in an upcoming travel anthology. She attended a writers’ retreat in Bermuda in 2018 and is still an active member of that writers’ group. She is also an active member of the SOH (Spirit of the Hills) Northumberland arts organization. She belongs to TWUC (The Writers’ Union of Canada) and PEN International.