Elizabeth Bolton has a PhD in Literacy Education from the University of Toronto. She writes articles, essays, poetry and short stories about mental health and families. Most recently, she’s been published in The Conversation Canada, Sick Magazine, and Oyster River Pages. She lives in Ontario with her husband and two daughters and teaches writing to children.
Content by Elizabeth Bolton
BY Elizabeth Bolton
What is this, my swelled-up chest wanting to burst at the Bee Gees “To Love Somebody” and at dropping my daughter off for her first day of daycare? Doesn’t it see any difference? What is this, my reeling brain letting all the weeps come forth and sucking relief into place, my wet face […]