Rosolen, Norm

Norm Rosolendec-2008

I am an old new writer. Other than high school English compositions, I didn’t write until 2007 when, at the tender age of 65, I traveled to Thailand to do some volunteer teaching. I sent emails of my adventures back home and a friend, also an amateur writer, said that he liked them and suggested I try my hand at it. Since then I have taken a few courses, written a few memoirs, one published, and have been having just a whale of a time. I joined Ottawa Independent Writers last year and am now working, not so hard, on a novel.

CommuterLit posts:

Rudolf’s Story

The True Story of King Kong, Part 1

One Hour

The Burmese Geese — A Noir Parody, Part One

The Burmese Geese — A Noir Parody, Part Two

The Line Cutter

The Black Clouds

That Summer, the Song Was Playing Everywhere