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Sabyasachi Nag is the author of Uncharted (Mansfield Press, 2020) and two previous collections of poetry, Could You Please, Please, Stop Singing (Mosaic Press, 2015), and Bloodlines (Writers Workshop, 2006). His work has been anthologized or published in ANMLY, Canadian…
Kenya-born writer Isabel Nanton lives in Canada and East Africa, working as a journalist, author of both non-fiction and fiction, broadcaster and teacher. Since completing a Press Fellowship awarded at Cambridge University in 2002, her focus is currently on writing the stories…
André Narbonne is the father of four children and the author of three books. His critical and creative writing has seen publication in nearly one hundred North American journals, been anthologized in Best Canadian Stories, and won the Atlantic Writing Competition, the FreeFall…
MAHTAB NARSIMHAN is an award-winning author with numerous critically acclaimed books, nominated for several awards, including The Third Eye which won the Silver Birch Fiction Award. She is inspired by the desire to make sense of the world through stories and is deeply committed…
Jamaican born Peta-Gaye Nash writes fiction, children's books and poetry. She lives and works in Mississauga, Ontario, with her husband and four children. Her Caribbean heritage inspires much of her work. In 2015, she won the Marty Awards for Emerging Literary Art.
Lilian Nattel lives in Toronto with her husband and two children who have compelled her to learn to skate, swim and knit, and have taught her what really matters in the universe.
Monica Nawrocki lives with her partner on a remote island off the west coast of Canada where Art is embraced as an essential and joyful part of daily life. She earns her living as a substitute teacher—often reading under-construction manuscripts to captive classroom audiences…
Alexa Nazzaro holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from Concordia University, where she studied under the likes of Trevor Ferguson, Connie Barnes Rose, and Sara O'Leary. Her work has been featured in Soliloquies, Carte Blanche and Cell Stories, as well as in an anthology by…
Lorri Neilsen Glenn was born in Winnipeg and lived in railway towns in Manitoba, Alberta,and Saskatchewan. An ethnographer, essayist, and poet, she studied at the Universities of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Harvard. Neilsen Glenn now lives and works in…
Colleen is a teacher and author from Winnipeg, Canada. Her books have been nominated for student-choice awards across the country and in the US. Harvey Comes Home won the SYRCA Willow (Saskatchewan) and the McNally Robinson Book of the Year for Young People. It was also a Bank…
Karen is a YA author who also works as a guidance counsellor in Montreal, QC. She teaches creative writing to 'kids' of all ages, and is available for virtual author visits, as well as live visits and creative writing workshops.
Laurie Ness Gordon lives on a waterfront property north of Kingston, Ontario. She has worked as an educator, consultant, workshop presenter and writer. Her articles and short stories have appeared in newspapers and magazines in Canada and England. In 2014, Borealis Press…
Kim Neville is an author and graduate of the Clarion West Writers Workshop, where she found the first shiny piece of inspiration that became The Memory Collectors. When she’s not writing she can be found heron-spotting on the seawall or practicing yoga in order to keep calm. She…
William New (poet, children's writer, literary critic; b Vancouver 1938) was educated at UBC in English and Geography (BEd 1961, MA 1963) and ULeeds (PhD 1966). He taught at UBC (1965-2003), specializing in the English literatures of the Commonwealth; edited Canadian Literature…
Linh (she/her) is a Vietnamese-Canadian immigrant and writer who specializes in children’s literature and creative non-fiction. Her debut middle-grade fantasy novel, NO PLACE LIKE HOME, is hitting bookstores with HarperCollins Canada in March 2023. Linh holds an H.B.A. in…
Sandra Nicholls has written two books of poetry, three novels and numerous short stories. Her first novel, And the Seas Shall Turn to Lemonade, was short listed for the K.M.Hunter Artists Award and was published in the fall of 2011. Her second book of poetry, Woman of Sticks,…