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My guest this evening Kelly author, survivor

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Kelly Watt is a writer, surviror and activist. Her short fiction and memoirs have won awards and been published internationally, and longlisted for the CBC Fiction (2017/2015) and Nonfiction Contests (2019). She has written two book, the gothic novel, Mad Dog, that touches on issues of child luring and child ography; and the nonfiction mini travel book, Camino Meditations, which details the slogans and exercises she used while walking the pilgramage known as the Camino de Santiago in 2008. 

 As an activist, she travelled for several years with Persons Against Nonstate Torture, and presented at conferences in the U.S. and Canada, on human trafficking, violence and the global sex trade. The highlight of which was when she spoke at the United Nations, for the 51st Commission on the Status of Women, in New York, in 2007. Her gothic novel, Mad Dog, has just been released this fall in the U.S. with Hamilton Stone Editions. She lives outside Hamilton, Ontario with her husband, a miniature schnauzer, and three chickens. 


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