#Authors #Pronouns #Gender #Individuality #Writing #Grammar
What’s your pronoun? Canadian author/blogger Suzanne Craig-Whytock, who uses she and her, discusses pronouns from the standpoint of someone who is smart and funny, as well as who earned an Honours B.A. in English Language and Literature, and worked as an English teacher for almost 25 years. Share your thoughts, experiences, and questions by recording them on my Anchor by Spotify page — or comment at HappinessBetweenTails.com — or email me. Like what you hear? Buy me a coffee at http://buymeacoffee.com/SupportHBT
Time Stamps (where segments begin):
Intro to today’s topic and guest 1:05
Pronouns by Suzanne Craig-Whytock
My question for you
Links used for the HBT blog post of this episode:
Original blog post for this episode at Happiness Between Tails.
Canadian author/blogger Suzanne Craig-Whytock and her books.
Another guest post she did for Happiness Between Tails.
Rick Steves’ book, “Travel as a Political Act.”
This link and this one to documentaries I’ve produced.
Another post where I wrote a bit about pronouns.
Photos available at the HBT post for this show:
Photo of author/blogger Suzanne Craig-Whytock.
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