Patricia Stott-Prince (McClelland) grew up in Muskoka, left and returned in retirement.
Her M. Ed. is from U of T. She taught and worked with teachers in diagnosis and programming for special needs students, including the autistic and blind/low vision.
Patricia has placed in short story competitions with the Royal Canadian Legion and Flash Fiction Magazine.
Her publications are:
MUSKOKA FALLS: THE VILLAGE 1859-2018
ARTICLES and INTERVIEWS (various) for antique magazines and newspapers in Canada and the USA –
COLLECTORS BOOK OF EGGCUPS
GUIDELINES FOR TEACHING VISUALLY IMPAIRED York Region Bd of Education
She is a member of MAA, Bracebridge Library Writers Circle and Destin FL. Snowbird Writers.
- Currently, Patricia is fine-tuning two anthologies, “I Am A Ghostwriter: I Write About Ghosts” and Stories to Fall Asleep By.