Colin Frizzell is an internationally published bestselling author and screenwriter. His books (Chill, Just J) appeared on several “Best of” lists and received acclaim from the Globe and Mail, American Library Association, Ontario Library Association, and the Canadian Children’s Book Centre among others. Frizzell’s screenplay, Lavender (co-written and directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly), was made into a feature film, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2016. Colin transcribed, edited, published and wrote the foreword and afterword for his parents non-fiction book, Such Little Time: A Collection of Love Letters. The collection received positive write-ups in Canada, Ireland and the UK. The Festival Players of Prince Edward County produced his short audio play, An Ongoing Process, which ran for two seasons in 2011-12; it was relaunched in 2016. He has had articles and interviews published and is also the Poet Laureate for Small Pond Arts annual Festival of the Stick. A Radio Broadcasting graduate from Loyalist College, he’s also studied and worked in film and television. For six semesters Colin was a writer-in-residence, with students at risk, in Toronto, through Now Hear This’ Students, Writers and Teachers program.
Colin Frizzell is available for school visits. Please contact him for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The author has succeeded in capturing what teens think and feel. Highly recommended.” (Canadian Book Review)
Just J :
“J is a force to be reckoned with . . . [her] spunky personality and her unwillingness to give in to the emotions that rip through her.” (KLIATT )
Such Little Time: A Collection of Love Letters
Five Star Rating on Amazon.com
“Charming Letters. Loved every one!” – Amazon reviewer
“Great Book!” – Amazon Reviewer