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Born and bred in la belle province and now a resident of Chicago, AIMÉE LABERGE has worked in the field of broadcast television as an art director in Montreal, Toronto, and London before publishing her first novel, Where the River Narrows (Harper Collins Canada 2003). Les…
Cathalynn Cindy Labonté-Smith grew up in Southwestern Alberta and moved to Vancouver, BC, to complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia (UBC). After graduation, she worked as a freelance journalist until present. She became a…
Dr. Kayt Lackie (pen name Kayt Burgess) was born in Manitouwadge, Ontario and grew up in Elliot Lake. She studied classical music at the University of Western Ontario, publishing at Humber College, and creative writing at the University of Auckland and Bath Spa University. Her…
I have been building my voice online for eight years with humor in Slackjaw, Belladonna Comedy, Greener Pastures, and more. My personal essays are scattered online like fairy dust and appear in four published anthologies. I was awarded an honorable mention at The Memoirist’s…
ANDREW JOHN LAFLECHE (born Andrew John Bradford: 24 June 1986) is the award-winning poet and novelist from St. Catharines, Ontario. A military veteran, he served under Operation Enduring Freedom during the Afghanistan War. Following his duty as an infantry soldier in the…
Anita Lahey’s latest book is The Last Goldfish: a True Tale of Friendship (Biblioasis, 2020), a nominee for the Ottawa Book Award and a WBNA Great Group Reads 2020 title. A poet, journalist, essayist and the series editor of Biblioasis’ annual anthology, Best Canadian Poetry,…
Rob Laidlaw is a Chartered Biologist, professional wildlife activist and a founder of the international wildlife protection organization Zoocheck. He has worked on campaigns, projects and animal protection initiatives around the world for 40 years.
Bethany's work has appeared in Rue Morgue, The Big Takeover, Atlantic Books Today, Write Magazine, and PRISM international. Her play, No Animal, was published in The Furious Gazelle, a literary magazine in New York City. In 2018, her novel In The Midst of Irrational Things …
Bianca Lakoseljac (née Planinčić) is an award-winning author of two novels, Stone Woman (2016) and Summer of the Dancing Bear (2012); a collection of stories, Bridge in the Rain (2010); and a collection of poetry, Memoirs of a Praying Mantis (2009). She holds an MA and an…
Angélique Lalonde dwells on Gitxsan Territory north of Hazelton, BC. She is the author of Glorious Frazzled Beings, which was shortlisted for the 2021 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Angélique was the recipient of the 2019 Journey Prize, holds a PhD in Anthropology, and has been…
Fiona Tinwei Lam is the author of three books of poetry, Intimate Distances, Enter the Chrysanthemum, and Odes & Laments. Her poetry has thrice been chosen for BC’s Poetry in Transit program. Shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Prize and other awards, her work has…
Zoë Landale has published eight books, edited two books, and her work appears in over fifty anthologies. Her writing has won significant awards in three genres, including first in the Stony Brook University Short Fiction competition, National Magazine Gold for memoir, and first…
Catherine Lang considers herself lucky to have studied under Jack Hodgins, Jerri Lee, Constance Rooke and Hetty Clews at the University of Victoria in the 1980s. In 1988 she won the Penny Wise Journalism Scholarship to attend the journalism program at Langara College, after…
Barbara Langhorst was born and educated in Edmonton, Alberta. After teaching for nearly 20 years at St. Peter's College in Saskatchewan, Langhorst has now moved back to Edmonton, where she teaches writing and is a mentor and editor.
Kateri Lanthier is a poet, essayist, and reviewer. Her books are Reporting from Night (Iguana, 2011) and Siren (Signal Editions, Véhicule Press, 2017), which was longlisted for the 2018 Pat Lowther Memorial Award. Poems from Siren have been included in four anthologies. Her…
Margo LaPierre is a Canadian freelance editor and author of Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes (Guernica Editions, 2017). She is newsletter editor of Arc Poetry Magazine and a member of poetry collective VII, who jointly authored Towers (Collusion Books, 2021) and Holy Disorder of…
Annette Lapointe has lived in rural Saskatchewan, Quebec City, St John’s, Saskatoon, Winnipeg (where she earned her PhD), and South Korea. She now lives in Treaty 8 territory, on the traditional lands of the Beaver people, and teaches English at Northwestern Polytechnic. She…
I work at Smile Bright Media Inc. the agency which helps tech companies and startups to create content that will get them clients, new users or funding. I create content strategies and assist in bringing them to life. Also, I share my experience and life hacks in my book and web…