Jennifer Craig

Gone to Pot

Jennifer Craig

In olden days Jennifer Craig trained as a nurse at Leeds General Infirmary. In 1961 she immigrated to Canada, where, after working as a nurse, she married and raised two children. During her mid-life crisis, she went to university and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, followed by a Masters degree in education and finally a Ph.D. She is the author of the bestselling memoir, Yes Sister, No Sister: My Life as a Trainee Nurse in the 1950s. Published by Ebury Press in 2010, it sold over 170,000 copies. Jabs, Jenner and Juggernauts: a Look at Vaccination was published by Impact Investigative Media Productions in 2009. Jennifer’s interest in vaccination is also reflected on the website of the International Medical Council on Vaccination (http://vaccinationcouncil.org/) where she taught a webinar and has published articles.

Her first novel, Mary Lou’s Brew, published by Friesen Press in 2014, is a humorous satire of a university. Gone to Pot, published by Second Story Press, March 2017, is the story of an unemployed grandmother who grows pot to survive,

She lives in the mountains of British Columbia with a bichon frise and is now old enough to use the recreation centre and ski lifts for free.

Contact:

E-mail: jlc@netidea.com

Web site: jennifercraig.net