August 26, 2008 / Creative Writing
In this personal essay, Patricia Westerhof questions her life as a teacher, especially the slow, thankless work of grading papers.
Patricia Westerhof has taught English and Creative Writing for twenty-two years in both public and private schools. Her previous publications include a textbook (The Writer's Craft, Harcourt, 2003) and three short stories in a collection entitled Trees Running Backwards. She lives and works in Toronto, Canada.