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Qualicum Beach
Maryanna Gabriel is the author of Walking The Camino: On Earth As It Is, and Memento: A Coastal Recipe Treasure. She has a Master in Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from the University of King’s College through Dalhousie University, and is a graduate of Simon Fraser University’s, The Writer’s Studi ...
Huntsville
BA- McGill University, 1967 (editor-in-chief, McGill Daily '66-'67) M.Phil- Glasgow University, 1969
Vancouver
Peter Gajdics (pronounced “Guy-ditch”) is an award-winning writer whose essays, short memoir and poetry have appeared in Quillette, Huffington Post, X-tra, Maclean's, Advocate, New York Tyrant, The Gay and Lesbian Review / Worldwide, Cosmonauts Avenue, and Opium, among others. He is a recipient ...
Greater Edmonton Region
Although she started making books at the age of nine, Joan Marie Galat wasn’t published until 12 years old, when she became a paid weekly newspaper columnist. Today she is the international award-winning author of more than 25 books with titles in eight languages. Her releases include Mortimer: ...
Vancouver
Shawn Douglas Gale (born August 12, 1979) is a Canadian screenwriter, an academic, and a critically-acclaimed author. Gale graduated from Fraser Valley Writers' School with a Master's diploma. He then graduated from Humber College's prestigious School for Writers, where he was awarded a Letter of Di ...
Toronto
Winner of the 2006 Governor General’s Award for Visual and Media Arts, Peggy Gale is an independent curator and writer whose texts on contemporary art, especially video and time-based contemporary works, have become artistic benchmarks. Born in Guyana in 1944, Gale studied at the University of Toron ...
Toronto
Benj Gallander ran away to work in the Middle East, France and Czechoslovakia, but amidst betwixt and between, wrote a best-seller and six plays and a poetry book which is a left-right hemisphere link-up and started the SummerWorks Theatre Festival and his works sold in Austria, Denmark, England, Ge ...
Regina
David Gane is one half of the internationally award-winning writing team of Counios & Gane. Besides being a writer, David is an occasional scriptwriting teacher and stay-at-home dad.   Counios & Gane are the proud recipients of the 2017 First Book Award with the Saskatchewan Book Awards. The ...
  Lorraine Gane was born in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and grew up in Toronto. In the mid-seventies she graduated from Carleton University’s Honours Journalism Program, then worked as a full-time writer and editor for major Canadian newspapers and magazines until 1989, when she began freelancing. In th ...
Toronto
Loretta developed a real love for picture books while working as a storyteller, bookseller and reviewer at Mabel’s Fables Bookstore in Toronto. Very thrilled to be putting books into the hands of tomorrow’s big readers, she felt it was time to write a few stories of her own. Loretta is the author ...
Vancouver
Elee Kraljii Gardiner is the author of two poetry books, Trauma Head, winner of the Cogswell Award for Literary Excellence, and serpentine loop, nominated for the Souster Award. She is the editor of the anthologies Against Death: 35 Essays on Living, a finalist for the Montaigne Medal and Hoffer Gra ...
Vancouver
Cowichan Bay
Kate currently lives, and writes, on a small farm in the Cowichan Valley on beautiful Vancouver Island, with her amazing husband, two incredible sons, an adorable dog, several barn cats who don’t earn their keep, and some decidedly ungrateful chickens … all of whom are very dearly loved.
Toronto
Greg Gatenby was born in Toronto in 1950. He received a B.A. in English from York University in 1972. From 1973-1975, he was an editor at McClelland & Stewart. Since then, he has been serving as the artistic director of the Harbourfront Reading Series and the International Festival of Authors.
Whitehorse
Michael was born and raised in Alberta, where he  received a B.A. in Archaeology in 1970. He later earned an M.A. in History Museum Studies from  the State University of New York in 1988. He was curator of collections for Klondike National Historic Sites in Dawson City, Yukon, from 1977 to 2000. In ...
Toronto
Toronto children's author, Kathleen Gauer, has published HIGH IN THE SKY (2015), FOR NO REASON (2017), THE WISH CARVERS (2019), BATHTIME FUN! (2021), as well as poetry and magazine and newspaper articles.  Kathleen worked as a contributing associate editor for a Toronto community focus magazine ...
Lakefield
Laura Rock Gaughan's first book, a short fiction collection called Motherish, was published in 2018 by Turnstone Press. Her fiction and essays have appeared in literary journals and anthologies in Canada, Ireland, and the United States. After long stints in Washington, DC and Toronto, she settl ...
Vancouver
Daniel Gawthrop was born in Nanaimo in 1963 and grew up there. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Victoria and a Journalism diploma at the University of King’s College, Halifax, he began his career as a newspaper reporter for the Hope Standard and Vancouver Sun and a freelance w ...
Toronto
Bruce Geddes published his first novel, The Higher the Monkey Climbs (NON Publishing), in 2018. His short stories and journalism have appeared in several Canadian periodicals including Toronto Life, Canadian Business, National Post, The New Quarterly and The Great Lakes Review. Born in Windsor, he l ...
Thetis Island
Gary Geddes was born in Vancouver, B.C. in 1940. He completed a doctorate at University of Toronto and has taught at various institutions in Canada and abroad, including Western Washington University, where he was Distinguished Professor of Canadian Culture. Geddes has written and edited fifty books ...
Brentwood Bay
As part of a nomadic navy family, Leslie Gentile grew up singing and telling stories in the back seat of the car with her siblings, so it was a natural progression for her to become a musician and author.  Leslie performed with two siblings as The White Sisters, and now performs with two of her ...
Mia Herrera’s short stories, feature articles, and reviews have appeared in various online and print publications like CG Monthly, Live in Limbo, Side Street Review, Hart House Review, and TOK: Writing the New Toronto, Book 7. She graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of ...