Phyllis Reeve 's Home Page
Fiji, Franklin Centre, Vancouver, Gabriola
Friend of the Muse
Tailevu, Viti Levu, Fiji
Franklin Centre, Quebec
Vancouver, British Columbia
Gabriola Island, British Columbia.
New York City.
Phyllis Parham Reeve is proud -
of her birthplace in Fiji, her family home in Quebec and the life she and Ted chose in British Columbia - and especially proud of a bunch of very excellent kids & grandkids.
She has written about local and personal history in her three solo books and in contributions to journals and multi-author publications.
She is a contributing editor for the Dorchester Review . Her writing appears in Amphora, the journal of the Alcuin Society, and online in The British Columbia Review. (formerly The Ormsby Review )
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As a freelance reviewer and essayist, a retired librarian and bookseller, and co-founder of the bookstore at Page's Resort & Marina, she cherishes the title Friend of the Muse given her by poet and friend Joe Rosenblatt. Another friend, artist Robert Amos made this pen & ink sketch of Page's.
She lives on Gabriola Island, where she continues to interfere in the life of her community.