Author Archives: Colin

A Prisoner of Space and Time, by Colin Frizzell

A Prisoner of Space and Time. I am no longer a prisoner of space and time. I move effortlessly through the endless moment. I can choose any point as easily as flipping through photos. Or any point can choose me. … Continue reading

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Short Film, “Old Friends”

Just over a week ago, Rob Fulton (Hemlock Grove, Murdoch Mysteries) Louis Thomas and myself, Colin Frizzell (Chill, Lavender), decided to see if we could create a 3 minute drama/thriller in time for Halloween. Long story short, here’s the world premier of, “Old Friends” a 3-minute … Continue reading

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Signing, September 24th, 2017, at Word On The Street!

The Sunday, September 23rd, 2017, Peggy Frizzell (aka, Mum) will be selling and signing copies of her book, Such Little Time: A Collection of Love Letters, at Word of the Street in Toronto, Ontario, at the Harbourfront Centre. It’s supposed … Continue reading

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‘Just J’

JUST J (Just J was written with the financial aid of the Toronto Arts Council and Self-Employment Benefit.) “Jenevieve, 13, is dealing with issues that are causing her life to spin out of control. Her mom has just passed away, … Continue reading

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CHILL (Chill was written with the financial aid of Self-Employment Benefit.) Grade 7 Up— “Chill is a talented artist. He also has a disability, a crippled leg. It has been a significant issue in his life, but it has made … Continue reading

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A Poem About Love and Saying, I Do: ‘All Things and Nothing at All’

Aired on February 12th, 2017, on 99.3 County FM, The County Writes . . . The County Reads, hosted by Lynn Pickering. Listen here:   I wrote this for my fiancée, for our wedding. Years later she told me that she was in … Continue reading

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A Christmas Message from J (of ‘Just J’)

People, all people, even the poorest child born in a manger, are worthy of love and respect regardless of their background or if they act outside accepted social norms. We’re all capable of miraculous acts of mercy, compassion, integrity, ingenuity … Continue reading

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‘Lavender’ Goes to the Theatre and Home

So Lavender received a theatrical release across Canada. Yeah! Here’s what some of the more intelligent critics had to say: Toronto Star By Victoria Ahearn The Canadian Press Variety Review by Nick Schager Richard Crouse You can now rent or own … Continue reading

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Heartfelt Words about Alzheimer’s in the House of Commons

“Conservative MP Lisa Raitt’s voice broke with emotion Wednesday as she urged Canadians to speak out about a disease that affects hundreds of thousands of people across the country . . . Her husband, Bruce Wood, was recently diagnosed with early … Continue reading

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John Cleese on Creativity

This isn’t about writing, specifically, but creativity. It’s an excellent lecture. And, it’s John Cleese. If you every get a chance to hear him reading C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters, I highly recommend it.  The reason for the Greek subtitles is … Continue reading

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