Veronica Gaylie is a writer from Vancouver. She is also an associate professor in the Faculty of Education at UBC and an environmental educator. Her work has been published in many periodicals, including Grain, Ditch, Room, Lake, Carte Blanche, The Tyee and Geist. She is the author of The Learning Garden: Ecology, Teaching and Transformation. She is the founder of the learning garden at UBC Okanagan. Her first book of poetry is to be published by Exile in 2015.
Veronica Gaylie encounters invisible lamps, uncooperative clerks and a cushion with a bear and/or badger on it during a trip to London. more »
Shiny bras and worn-in sweaters—the clothes do make the woman. more »
Veronica Gaylie encounters Trevor Linden, the Greatest Canuck Who Ever Lived, in economy class. more »
Does the individual have difficulty finding words, finishing sentences or naming people or things? more »