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St. John's
   Writer's Biography   Tom Moore is a writer in St. John’s, Newfoundland. His first novel, Good-Bye Momma was a national best seller, and won a “Children’s Choice” award from the Children’s Book Centre. It was translated into Danish by Monksgaard publishers of Copenhagen in 1982 and Romanian by ...
Halifax
Annick MacAskill is a poet and the author of Murmurations (Gaspereau Press, 2020). Her debut collection, No Meeting Without Body (Gaspereau Press, 2018), was nominated for the League of Canadian Poets’ Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and shortlisted for the J. M. Abraham Poetry Award (Atlantic Book Aw ...
Toronto
Regan W. H. Macaulay is an award-winning author of novels, short stories, children’s literature, and scripts. Writing is her passion, but she’s also a producer and director of theatre, film, and television (Triple Take Productions). She is an animal enthusiast as well, which led her to become a C ...
Cape Breton
Ceallaigh S. MacCath-Moran (C.S. MacCath) is a PhD candidate in the Folklore Department at Memorial University of Newfoundland, an author, a poet, and a musician. Ceallaigh's research interests include animal rights activism as a public performance of ethical belief, which is the topic of her disser ...
Brudenell, PEI
J. Hugh MacDonald was born in Charlottetown, PEI. He graduated from St. Dunstan's University in 1968. He retired after teaching more than thirty-one years in June of 1999. He and his wife Sandra live in Brudenell, PEI beside the Montague River. They enjoy travel, especially to visit their five boys ...
Sydney Mines
Hugh R. MacDonald is a graduate of Cape Breton University and recently retired from a career in the human service field. He has been a member of the Writers' Union of Canada for many years, as well a long time member of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia. After a number of years in Toronto, Hugh ...
Since 2007 W. Bruce MacDonald has run Invisible Hand Legacy Books, a research, writing, and history book creation business. His research and writing for the 118-year old Good Hope Cannery fishing lodge in Rivers Inlet, BC developed into a book (The Good Hope Cannery) that was published in 2011 by Ca ...
Mary
Mary MacDonald is a poet and writer with a Ph.D. from UBC. She has written poetry for
ballet, public art, and libretto. Her work has appeared in Room Magazine and Pique Magazine. Her chapbook, Going In Now, was published in 2014 by NIB Publishing. She is
a member of the Whistler writers The Vicious ...
Edmonton
Janice MacDonald is a writer of mystery novels, textbooks, non-fiction titles, and stories for both children and adults. She is best known for writing a series featuring amateur sleuth Miranda "Randy" Craig. The Randy Craig Mysteries were the first detective series to be set in Edmonton, Alberta, wh ...
Waterloo
Essayist, poet, critic, free-range literary animal. Author of Straggle: Adventures in Walking While Female, and six other books of nonfiction and poetry. Prairie-born, Ontario-dwelling, grateful guest on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory.
Carleton Place
Wendy MacIntyre lives in Carleton Place, Ontario where she supports herself as a freelance writer and editor. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and has a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh. In addition to the novels listed below, she has published short fiction and literary ...
Christina Lake
R.P. MacIntyre works primarily as a fiction writer and editor although he has also written for radio, television and the stage. He was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1947 and makes his home in Christina Lake, B.C. and La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit, MX with Sharyn. He has ridden his motorcycle f ...
Owen Sound
Elly MacKay is the author and illustrator of several picture books, such as Red Sky at Night, Butterfly Park and If You Hold A Seed. She is known for her unusual illustrations using light and paper. She lives in Owen Sound, Ontario with her family. 
Carol L. MacKay’s poems for adult readers have appeared in The New Quarterly, Devour: Art & Lit Canada, The Fiddlehead, Watershed (U of California, Chico), Prairie Journal, The Antigonish Review, Red Berry Review, Lichen, Existere, and Crannog (Ireland). Her work is also included in Shy: An Anth ...
Vancouver
Richard Somerset Mackie has an honours M.A. in mediaeval and modern history from the University of St. Andrews. He is the publisher of The Ormsby Review in Vancouver. 
Gabarus Lake
       
Riverview
Ruth MacLean loves to write, and has been a full time writer for over twenty years. She was Writer in Residence at Vancouver Public Library in 2018. She was first published in 2008 and has gone on from there to publish books of both fiction and non-fiction. Ruth reads a book a week, and has for year ...