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|Member Since||January 21, 2021|
|Pen Name||Nancy Chislett|
|Branch Affiliation||Member at Large (no branch affiliation)|
|Bio||Nancy Chislett is an avid traveller, having visited almost 50 countries on six continents. She also plays classical music on piano and composes a little jazz. Career-wise, she has worked as a high school teacher and as a university administrator of an international student program. Bombing the moon is her debut novel. Currently, she is working on her second literary work, entitled, Saving Fictions. She lives in the eclectic city of Winnipeg with her partner, Grant, and dog, Simon. Her literary novel, Bombing the moon is slated to come out spring, 2022 (Now or Never Publishing, Vancouver).|
|Publications||Chislett, N. (June, 2008). Models of difference: Challenging EAL teachers to interrogate their “perspectivity.” TEAL Manitoba Journal, 23 (4), 5-7. Chislett, N. (November, 2008). Recognizing retention theory in practice: How international education programs can inform retention efforts in post-secondary institutions. TEAL Manitoba Journal, 24 (2), 11-13. Chislett, N. (2007). Graphic content: Improving student higher order thinking and academic writing skills. TEAL Manitoba Journal, 23 (2), 3-6. Chislett, N. (September, 2006) Book review of Grammar by Scott Thornbury. TEAL Manitoba Journal, 22 (1), 12-13. Chislett, N. (1999) Book Review of “Journeys in Language and Learning: ESOL Students in Elementary Classrooms around the World” TESOL Canada, Marilyn Lewis Also, I have a signed contract from Now or Never Publishing to release my literary novel, Bombing the moon, with release date of spring 2022.|
|Other Memberships||Writers' Union of Canada Manitoba Writers' Guild|
|Available For||Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Speaking Engagements|