I began my writing career officially in August of 1994 penning a humor column called "Ear to the Ground" for the Leduc Representative (on a real typewriter, no less).. Through an amazing set of circumstances, including being sent a cheque for another Chris McKerracher, I added The High River Times to the papers I was contributing to. On January of 2009, I changed papers and began free-lancing for The Pipestone Flyer which is based out of the burgeoning megalopolis of Millet, Alberta.

Besides my humour articles, I have also written a pair of pieces for "Optical Prism"; a trade magazine specializing in eye-wear that is provided to virtually every optometrist in Canada. I also have two plays to my credit. 2005 saw the staging of "Calmar; Zero to Fifty in Ninety Minutes" to sell out crowds which kicked off our local community theatre group The Calmar Prairie Players. It proved such fun, our group has performed at least one play every year since and the dinner theatre performances are extremely well received. This year, The Prairie Players are tackling my second play; "The 1984 Dalmar Biker War". which is already in rehearsal to be staged May 3, 4 and 5.

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