I’m a freelance writer, author, photographer, workshop leader and speaker based in the moose, bear and coyote country of south-east New Brunswick, Canada. I write about conservation and nature; our relationship to place and each other; and the challenges of protecting and healing this battered, but beautiful planet.
As gatherer, I search for stories that reveal who we are; as a seeker, I tease out the tender and tangled roots below the surface of the tale; and as a purveyor, I weave these into narratives to enhance and evolve our understanding and view of self and other, of culture and world.
I do this on the unceded homeland of the resilient Mi’kmaq (People of the Dawnland) and Wolastoqiyik (People of the Beautiful River); the original inhabitants of the eastern colonial land now called the Province of New Brunswick. Their names reveal their foundational attachment to place, and their dedication to caring for and honouring their home informs my own worldview and actions, reminding me of my responsibilities to walk softly, and to preserve and protect.
I’m a gal who plays with words and images. I enjoy meeting people and learning what they care about. That means I get to make a living doing something I’m crazy about ~ AND ~ I have a lot of fun while I’m doing it. It so important to know who you are, and to love what you do.Read More
Through my Nature of Words workshops, I help the novice and seasoned writer discover the joys and benefits of creative and therapeutic writing. Let me help you use writing as a tool to enhance your free flow of creativity, inner intuition and understanding of self.Read More
The true gift of writing is its power to help us uncover the life we were meant to live. The challenges of writing have led me into environmental and social activism, personal and spiritual development. Let me share these stories at your next conference or gathering.Read More
~ Deborah Carr