1. Teatime with Miss Liz T-E-A Open Discussion with Edward Willett Science Fiction and Fantasy "Miss Liz" Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon Women Making a Difference with One Cup 1:00:41

Teatime with Miss Liz joining and sharing his T-E-A is the science fiction fantasy award-winning author Edward Willett. Time for Science. September 14th, 7 pm EST, LIVE STREAMING TO MULTIPLE PLATFORMS AND PODCASTS STATIONS AND APPS. Live show on Miss Liz’s YouTube Channel below. Give that a quick subscription and be notified when teatime is live. https://youtube.com/@misslizsteatimes?si=GQ10_pTDC7_pB8g4Edward Willett is the author of more than 50 books of science fiction, fantasy, and non-fiction for adults, young adults, and children. Marseguro (DAW Books) won the Aurora Award for Best Long-Form Work in English in 2009, and the second book in The Double Helix duology, Terra Insegura, was short-listed the following year. His young adult fantasy Spirit Singer (Tyche Books) won the Regina Book Award at the 2002 Saskatchewan Book Awards, and several other of his novels have been shortlisted for the Saskatchewan Book Awards. Ed’s eighth novel for DAW, The Cityborn, came out in July, and he’s currently working on a new fantasy series for DAW entitled Worldshapers. Other recent titles include the Masks of Aygrima trilogy for DAW (written as E.C. Blake), Flames of Nevyana, a YA fantasy from Rebelight Books, and the five-book Shards of Excalibur YA fantasy series for Coteau Books, of which Door into Faerie, the concluding volume, like the second book in the series, Twist of the Blade, has been short-listed for an Aurora Award. His non-fiction runs the gamut from science books to biographies to history: his most recent is Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan: An Illustrated History. Born in Silver City, New Mexico, Ed moved to Saskatchewan with his parents from Texas when he was eight and grew up in Weyburn, where his father taught at Western Christian College. He earned a B.A. in journalism from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He returned to Weyburn to begin his career at the weekly Weyburn Review, first as a reporter/photographer (columnist and cartoonist) and eventually as a news editor. He moved to Regina 1988 to become a communications officer for the then-fledgling Saskatchewan Science Centre and became a freelance freelanceLeader-Post writer in 1993. For two decades, Ed wrote a weekly science column that appeared in the Regina Leader Post and assorted other newspapers; an audio version also ran weekly on CBC Radio’s Afternoon Edition in Regina for 17 of those years. He hosted his own arts-oriented radio program on community radio in Regina for several years. He hosted a local weekly phone-in television show focused on computers for ten years. He has also appeared on CBC TV nationally to talk about science topics. In addition to writing, Ed is a professional actor and singer (he’s a member of Canadian Actors’ Equity) who has performed in numerous plays, musicals, and operas in Saskatchewan, as well as singing with various choirs, including the nationally auditioned Canadian Chamber Choir. He continues to live in Regina with his wife, Margaret Anne Hodges, P. Eng., a past president of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, and their teenage daughter, Alice.https://edwardwillett.com/

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Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon, is an established Best Selling International CoAuthor, Self published International Author, International Keynote Speaker, Founder/Creator of Miss Liz Teatime and Parties, Global Peace Challenge 2020 Ambassador for Canada 🇨🇦 Former International Secretary Human Rights and Social Justice Federation, Former Director Rape Violence Atrocities Against Women AHRI, Former International Rotary Club for Great Britain and Ireland Member for Peace Envoy and Chairman for Gender Equality,Ambassador for Commonwealth Entrepreneurs Club, Radio Host, Podcast Host, Influencer, Mentor, Advocate and Change Maker for mental health,abuse, grief and peace for humanity.

She is the Founder/Creator of Miss Liz’s Tea Parties/Teatimes and Host of Teatime with Miss Liz Making a Difference One Cup at a Time.

She is a survivor of extreme abuse and a flower toward humanity. As she makes big changes in the world by creating magical events where people come together to share their stories of trauma and triumph, still she pushes through the pain.

She is also the Founder/Creator of the “TeaBag Story Award.”