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Gabriola Island
Claire Eamer is a professional writer and winner of numerous awards for science writing for young people. She is the author of trade nonfiction books, primarily on science and history, for middle grades, as well as a picture book for preschoolers and primary grades. She has written about science in ...
Ottawa
Amanda Earl (she/her) is a queer polyamorous feminist and Canadian writer, visual poet, editor and publisher. She has been active as a writer and editor for over twenty years. Earl is the managing editor of Bywords.ca, and the fallen angel of AngelHousePress. She was inducted into the VERSe Ottawa H ...
Gabrielle
Gabrielle Earnshaw is the official biographer for Henri Nouwen, a Dutch Catholic priest and spiritual teacher.  Her forthcoming book Becoming Henri: The Authorized Biography of Henri Nouwen will be published by St. Martin's Essentials, MacMillan, New York (release date: Summer 2026).  Prev ...
southern ontario
Kim Echlin is a writer, teacher and documentary writer. She has produced television for the CBC and written for independent producers. She currently teaches at the School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto. She has travelled, worked and lived in Pakistan, Honduras, Cambodia, Malawi, Zimbab ...
Toronto
Miriam Edelson is a neurodivergent social activist, settler, writer and mother living in Toronto, Canada. Her literary non-fiction, personal essays and commentaries have appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, various literary journals including Dreamers Magazine, Collective Unrest, Writing Di ...
Calgary
Patti Edgar is a writer and educator driven by curiosity and a desire to make the difficult easier to understand. Her first middle grade novel, Anna Analyst, came out in the spring of 2021 (Yellow Dog/Great Plains). Kirkus Reviews called the novel "a droll, deftly executed debut."  An essay on her ...
Born in Washington D.C. on May 26, 1944. Has dual citizenship. Served as an army infantry medic for 3 years in Panama. Former MP from Quebec. Writen over 95 books, most best-sellers in English or French. Now writing 5 books a year. Latest U.S. book got a great review from NY Times. Future will be mo ...
Westport
(Author, editor, publisher) Frank B. Edwards switched from magazine publishing to books early in his career — and then launched his own kids book company with illustrator/author John Bianchi. Bungalo Books and Pokeweed Press. Together they created 40 children's titles that sold almost 2 million copi ...
Edmonton
My last novel, The Sicilian Wife was named a Best Book of 2015 by The National Post, who described it as “a masterful tale of family, murder, and the inescapable pull of the past.” The literary noir received rave reviews in Canada, the U.S. and Sicily; a French edition, L’Epouse Sicilienne, was publ ...
Kagawong
sophie anne edwards (she/her/settler) is an interdisciplinary artist and writer based on Manitoulin Island (Mnidoo Mnising). She came to geography circuitously (PhD/ABD Geography, Queens U) via an Interdisciplinary Masters (Laurentian U), poetics via her environmental art practice (and a Creative Wr ...
Aurora
Howard Eisenberg, M.Sc.(Psych), M.D., is a medical doctor with additional postgraduate training in both Psychology and Psychiatry. He has been a Lecturer in Parapsychology at the University of Toronto, and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Vermont. He is also the C.E.O. of the ...
Victoria
Michael Elcock was born in Forres, Scotland and grew up in Edinburgh and West Africa. He emigrated to Canada when he was twenty-one and worked in pulp mills, in the woods as a faller, on west coast fishing boats, and as a ski instructor. Along the way he earned a B.A. and M.Ed. in comparative studie ...
Toronto
R. Bruce Elder is a filmmaker, writer, and software developer. A prolific filmmaker (he has made over sixty hours of films), which have been screened at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Millennium Film Workshop, Berlin’s Kino Arsenal, Paris’s Centre Pompidou, the San Francisco Cinematheque, Atlan ...
Sarah Ellis was born in Vancouver in 1952. She earned a B.A. at the University of British Columbia. in 1973, and her MLS in 1975, and an M.A. at Simmons College, Boston in 1980. She writes a column on Canadian children's books for Hornbook magazine, and works part-time as a reference librarian ...
Simcoe, ON
Deb was born and raised in small town Ontario, she has a high school diploma, and took up writing because she was so anti-social. She's still ani-social, but now it's called 'artistic temperment'. She's an old anti-war activist, and gives lots of school talks on the arts and ...
North Bay
Louise Ells grew up beside the Ottawa River, then combined random jobs (chef, caregiver, co-pilot on a submarine) with years of travel through the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, including an overland trip from London to Kathmandu.  She earned a PhD from Anglia Ruskin University, and was a Hawthornden F ...
Halifax
Michelle Elrick is a writer and performer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her most recent release is Photon Touch, a chapbook/studio album of poetry and music created in collaboration with Michael Belyea (River of Diamonds/Trunk Sale, 2019). Elrick's latest full-length book, then/again, was publ ...
Vancouver
Daniela Elza lived on three continents before immigrating to Canada in 1999. Her latest poetry collections are the broken boat (2020) & slow erosions (2020). Her previous poetry books are the weight of dew (2012), milk tooth bane bone (2013) and the book of it (2011). In 2011 Daniela earned her ...
Victoria
Prudence Emery was born in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, and now lives in Victoria, B.C. Her youthful days in Nanaimo as a zoot suiter, rink rat, hot rodder and general all-round brat motivated her parents to banish her to various boarding schools and summer camps hoping that these environments would ...
Halifax, NS
Sarah Emsley’s books include Jane Austen’s Philosophy of the Virtues (Palgrave, 2005) and a critical edition of Edith Wharton’s novel The Custom of the Country (Broadview, 2008). After receiving her PhD from Dalhousie University, she held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Rothermere American Institut ...