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whitehorse
Jamella Hagen’s first collection of poetry, Kerosene, was published by Nightwood Editions in 2011. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from UBC, has worked as an executive editor of PRISM international, has been a guest editor for the Northern Review, and has coordinated the Whitehorse ...
Calgary
Dee Hahn began writing when her children begged for bedtime stories, and she never stopped! Dee is a lover of chickens, lemon pie, kayaking- and books, of course! When she isn't writing, you can find Dee building treeforts and adventuring with her family. 
Calgary, AB Canada T2L 1B8
Lori Hahnel is the author of two novels, Love Minus Zero and After You’ve Gone, and two story collections, Nothing Sacred and Vermin: Stories (Enfield & Wizenty 2020). Vermin won the 2022 Short Story Collection Award at the Alberta Literary Awards, and was a finalist for a High Plains Award, the ...
Clarksburg
Ken Haigh has lived in China, Bhutan, and on Baffin Island. He has written two books, a memoir of life as a teacher in eastern Bhutan, Under the Holy Lake, and an account of walking the Pilgrims' Way in England, On Foot to Canterbury, which was a finalist for the Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize f ...
Toronto
Solomon is a writer, translator, journalist, academic and the founder and president of PEN Ethiopia. Solomon has attended his higher education in Addis Ababa University, University of South Africa, The Venice Academy of Human Rights in Venice, Italy, and Åbo Akademi University in Finland. Some of hi ...
Elora
Michael Hale lives in Elora, Ontario. He was born in Liverpool, England, and at the age of seven emigrated with his family to Canada. He grew up in Aurora, Ontario before moving to Toronto to attend The University of Toronto and the New School of Art. In the early eighties, while earning a living as ...
Hornby Island, BC
Amanda Hale began her writing career as an immigrant in 1970s Montréal. She has published four novels, two poetry chapbooks, and two collections of short stories set in the village of Baracoa, Cuba. Her work has appeared in many Canadian & US literary magazines. She won the Prism International p ...
Louise Bernice Halfe, also known as SKYDANCER was born in Two Hill, Alberta. She was raised on the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve and attended Blue Quills Residential School. Louise earned her bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina, and a certificate in Drugs and Alcohol Counselling from ...
PERTH
Phil Hall was raised in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario. He attended the University of Windsor. He has taught writing at York University, Ryerson Polytechnical University, Sage Hill Writing Experience, The Toronto New School, and the Banff Centre for the Arts. He has been writer-in-residence at ...
Bradford
Patti M. Hall is a writer, book coach, and publishing manager.
Edmonton
While I'm currently focusing my writing energies on a historical novel, for the past decade my publishing credits have been in non-fiction. I have a particular interest in profiles and creative non-fiction, and my writing about urban culture, politics and design has appeared in many publications inc ...
Toronto
Phil Halton is a veteran and author of Blood Washing Blood: Afghanistan’s Hundred-Year War and two novels, Every Arm Outstretched and This Shall Be a House of Peace. His writing has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Canadian Army Journal and other periodicals. He holds a Master’s Degree in Defence Stu ...
Vancouver
Terrie Hamazaki is a Vancouver based writer who performed her plays at the Fringe and Women in View Festivals. Her writing has appeared in Swelling with Pride: Queer Conception and Adoption Stories (Caitlin Press), Sustenance (Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food (Anvil Press), Beyond t ...
Sylvia D. Hamilton is an award-winning Nova Scotian artist known for the documentaries Portia White: Think on Me, The Little Black School House, Speak It! From the Heart of Black Nova Scotia, and Black Mother Black Daughter, among others. Her 2014 poetry collection, And ...
Vancouver
Jane Silcott’s first collection of essays, Everything Rustles, published with Anvil Press, was a finalist in the Hubert Evans Nonfiction Prize in the 2014 BC Book Prizes. She is co-editor, with Fiona Tinwei Lam, of the anthology Love Me True: Writers Reflect on the Ins, Outs, Ups & Downs of Marr ...
Fort Smith
Patti-Kay Hamilton writes, paddles, skis,coaches and hunts on the lands of the NWT Metis Nation and Salt River First Nations. Home is Fort Smith in the heart of Wood Buffalo National Park where the Slave River rapids rumble even in the winter and whooping cranes soar overhead in the summer. Hamilton ...
Garden Bay
Jo Hammond.Born a stone’s throw from the English Channel in Bognor Regis, Jo Hammond’s first job was as a dairy farmer. After studying Music and Science in a Liverpool teacher’s college, she became a secondary and elementary school teacher, also a member of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic choir and ...
Powell River
Coming from generations of English blue water sailors, Heather Harbord arrived in Canada in 1963. She lived in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Nova Scotia before returning to British Columbia in 1977. She now makes her home in Powell River, B.C. in a house overlooking three islands with ferries ...
At different times, an author, playwright, broadcaster, critic, arts commentator, economic historian, newspaper columnist, grassroots activist, public advocate, consultant, democratic socialist politician, and muckraker, Herschel Hardin brings his lively iconoclastic style to the whole Canadian land ...