Author Bio:

Born and raised in Saskatoon, Curtis Anderson has been writing for television and radio for the past 15 years. Every day is a new adventure with his beautiful wife and their two children....two children they ambitiously decided to have ten years apart. His first novel was purchased by Gothenberg, Sweden’s Kraken Press. If he ever wins an award for anything the first person he will thank is coffee.


Posts by curtisanderson:

The Saskatoon Civic Conservatory and the Ghosts of The Mendel Art Gallery

Posted on: October 25, 2016

In my opinion, the greatest single piece of Saskatoon property is the beautiful structure at 950 Spadina Crescent East; the Saskatoon Civic Conservatory. It’s the division between downtown and the character homes of City Park, the greatest riverbank trails spider-web in all directions behind it and across the street stands
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Berry Barn Halloween Kid Zone Maze: Entertaining And Not Berry Scary

Posted on: September 29, 2016

The Berry Barn will always be the total package. A five-minute drive on Valley Road leads you to a fairytale-like cottage that proudly stands on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, miles away from city lights and city noise. As you step out of your car you immediately fall
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Crickle Creek Fun Zone: An Inflated Sense Of Fun

Posted on: September 23, 2016

What was parenting like before bouncy castles? Throughout history there must have been contraptions capable of similar exercise trickery. I’ll bet a fresh set of parental eyes could immediately decipher complex cave drawings that have stumped scientists for years. “That looks like some sort of enclosed play area created to
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Bartari – Videogame Restaurant and Bar Now Has ALL AGES Weekend Afternoons

Posted on: September 21, 2016

  Bartari, Saskatoon’s first videogame restaurant and bar, recently celebrated its one-year anniversary with the addition of all-ages weekend afternoons. Before I continue, allow me to hammer that point home – Bartari is a legitimate 19+ bar, except for Saturday and Sunday afternoons, when, from 11am to 4pm, kids of
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Cooling Down at River Landing Spray Park

Posted on: September 6, 2016

I don’t know what my son finds so electric about spinning a metal steering wheel that’s sticking out of the ground, but after nine or ten rotations the water predictably cascades from the nearby ‘Fisherman’s Net’ umbrella-like structure. As the water bounces off the pavement, every face in the spray
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