“A writer is the last person on earth permitted to ignore the distinction between authentic and inauthentic.”

– Eric Maisel, A Writer’s Paris

What We Believe

Vision

To create literary, theatrical and cinematic works that challenge, enrich and inspire the lives of both artist and audience.

Mission

To share stories that entertain and empower people to effect positive change in themselves and the world around them.

Purpose

To inspire you to reach your highest potential – because that’s the world needs most right about now 🙂

What We Do

We tell stories, in one form or another, that serve to inspire people to make their world just a little bit better.

“I have read the first heartbreaking 100 pages of A Widow’s Awakening and you really do have a sense of story, character and dialogue. I could feel your agony when you lost your husband and what happened in the hospital. Thanks so much for sharing your book with me and I wish you and your company all the best luck in spreading words and stories that mend the world. What else do we have?” 

– Evan Solomon, Host CBC News: Sunday and Sunday Night

How We Do It

Through the creation and distribution of meaningful books, plays, films, blogs and e-mail campaigns.

Why We Do It

Because the surest way to a healthier, happier future for all is through the empowerment of the individual. Inspired people are positive people and if we can play a role in helping inspire you to tap into your passion by offering tips on the process of living with purpose, then everyone benefits.

“It is only when you make the process your goal that the big dream can follow.”

– Oprah Winfrey

Who We Are

Please click here to meet the PGP team. Visit our Whatever Floats Your Boat…Perspectives on Motherhood Documentary creative team here.

From Whence We Came

Pink Gazelle Productions Inc. was started by Maryanne Pope in  Calgary, Alberta, Canada in February 2002.

MA B&W big smile

Once upon a time there was a young woman who was married to a police officer. And they were very much in love. Every day, he told her that if she wanted to fulfill her dream of becoming a writer, she would have to work at it. But she thought she had all the time in the world. Then, one day, he went to work – at his dream job – and died in the line of duty. Because of that, she was devastated and thought her heart would break open from the sorrow. Until finally, one day she began to pick up the pieces of her heart and make a new life. That was the day she began to write.

More on Maryanne & John’s story…

A Widow’s Awakening creative non-fiction book by Maryanne Pope

A Widow's Awakening

 “I have just finished reading A Widow’s Awakening. Like others, I picked it up, became very absorbed and read it non-stop, every chance I got. It is perfect. The storyteller is wonderfully unpredictable and eccentric. I love her. Thank you for doing it and for doing it so well.”

– Linda M, Alberta

Why the Name “Pink Gazelle Productions”?

Of course there’s a story 🙂