Thanks for visiting. I hope you had a chance to listen to some of my music on my blog. The best way to contact me for speaking engagements, concerts, keynote speeches, workshops, or autographed books or CDs is: songspinner(at)

If you prefer snail mail: P.O. BOx 412, Bowen Island BC V0N 1G0

Please leave a comment. I answer them all.

Baiya sheetoora – That’s how they say goodbye in my novel, The Song Spinner. It means “my music goes with you.” Hope to have you visit again. Soon.


5 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hello, Pauline! Greetings from the heart of Iowa!
    I’m the Associate Director at Prairiewoods, an eco-spirituality retreat and conference center founded by Franciscan sisters in Hiawatha (Cedar Rapids), Iowa. I am intrigued by your book, “Becoming Intimate With the Earth,” and your wonderful musical offerings that reflect such tender concern for the Earth. Each year, we sponsor a conference called “Spirituality in the 21st Century,” and we’ve featured some notable speakers in the past including Diarmuid O’Murchu, Marcus Borg, Ilia Delio, Michael Morwood, Walter Brueggeman, and most recently, Drew Dellinger and Marc Barasch. This coming spring, in April of 2015, we have invited Gail Worcelo, a protege of Thomas Berry, and the following spring, April of 2016, Diarmuid O’Murchu is returning for the event. I’m wondering if you would consider talking with me about whether you might be interested in sharing your gifts of music and storytelling at our gathering in April of 2015? You can reach me at or 319-395-6700 if you would like to talk about the possibility.
    Thanks so much for your consideration!

  2. Hi Pauline Le Bel……I am so happy to have a deep dive into some of your work and have spent the past afternoon doing this – only to realize that you live kind of locally!

    I am wondering if you would consider being with us in OUR Ecovillage’s journey…..

    1) join us for OUR Easter Feaster Feastival – end of March
    as a storyteller/singer.


    2) The ReStorying World Gathering; Restorying Our Collective Future

    OUR Ecovillage is a 25 acre Regenerative Living Demonstration Site and Education Centre in Shawnigan Lake (1999). With over 10K folks per year visiting as learners this incredible non-profit project has been the wellspring of a wide ripple of transformation and inspiration. Would love if you would join in the process —
    Brandy Gallagher, Education and Outreach Coordinator
    OUR Ecovillage

  3. Dear Pauline,
    The three books and CD have just arrived. You couldn’t have known how timely the CD Rescue Joy is. Just this morning I learned of a 5 year old who has a cancer growth on her kidney which has already metastacized to her lungs. And as I read Kathleen Dean Moore’s brilliant book, Great Tide Rising and audit a course, “The Journey of the Universe” through Yale University with Mary Evelyn Tucker, her partner Jim Grim, both senior lecturers and senior research specialists with Yale’, working alongside Brian Swimme, I gather sorrrow for the plight of our Unverse, and the future of humanity/ our grandchildren!!
    You surely. Know the need for working with sorrow and rescuing joy somehow.

    I will look out for information regarding a possible Earth Literacies course at Rivendale. It would a wonderful. Our Syrian Fundraising Dinner during your Work/Playshop at Bethlehem Retreat Centre was a great success and most enjoyable

    Blessings and Great Peace

    • Dear Jen-Beth, Yes, there is much to be sorrowful about as we face the devastation of our planet, and its consequences for the future of Earth’s children. The real spiritual challenge is to refrain from sinking into despair, to rescue joy, and magnify our commitment to life. Pauline

      • I have just finished reading your book “Whalr In The Door” and I certainly agree with those who have said it is a great book and a good introduction to the Squamish people and their way of life, particularly as it high lights How Sound and Squamish. I am 81, have had a stroke and am much closer to the Haida clan. Although I am non-indigenous as is my wife, our daughter is married to a Haida hereditary Chief and she has made her home in Haiida Gwaii for more than ten years, she teaches there. I have great concern that many First Nations People throughout the province do not seem to care for their homes (clean up garbage, etc.) why do you think that is?

        Doug Watkins

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *