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Ottawa
An Ottawa-based writer, storyteller, and arts educator, Maria Saba was born and raised in Iran.  She has published three books of nonfiction (in Farsi) and over a hundred articles, essays, interviews, and stories.  "My First Friend", her short story published in Scoundrel Time, was nominated for the ...
London
Judy-Ann Sadler was raised in a big, noisy family on a farm outside of London, Ontario. Ever since she can remember, she has loved to read, write and make things. She feels passionate about sharing stories and crafts with children. She knows that using your imagination and working with your hands en ...
Kingston
Jamal Saeed is a Syrian writer who, along with his family, escaped his country's ongoing conflict and emigrated to Canada in December 2016. The Suns' Crazy Girls, his first collection of Shorte stories was published in Arabic in  1993.  Co-author of Yara’s Spring, Annick Press, 2020, he's also signe ...
Toronto
AHMAD SAIDULLAH's Happiness and Other Disorders: Short Stories was published to critical acclaim in Canada and India in 2008. It was shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award and longlisted for the Crossword Vodafone Book Award for global South Asian fiction in 2010. In 2013, University of Ott ...
Sonia Saikaley was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada to a big Lebanese family. The daughter of a shopkeeper, she had access to all the treats she wanted. Her first book, The Lebanese Dishwasher, co-won the 2012 Ken Klonsky Novella Contest. She has two poetry collections Turkish Delight, Montreal Win ...
Toronto
Dr. Kathleen Saint-Onge is a teacher and independent researcher living in the GTA. She holds an M.Ed. (2011) and Ph.D. (2016) from York University, and she is interested in some of the intersects between psychoanalysis and language, in particular through the work of Freud and Françoise Dolto. Her in ...
Vancouver: traditional/unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples
Renée Sarojini Saklikar’s ground-breaking poetry book about the bombing of Air India Flight 182, children of air india, won the Canadian Authors Association Poetry Prize and was shortlisted for the Dorothy Livesay Prize. Her book, Listening to the Bees, co-authored with Dr. Mark Winston, won the 201 ...
Brampton
Kingston
Julie Salverson is a playwright, librettist, scholar and non-fiction writer who teaches at Queen’s University's Dan School of Drama and Music, and at the Royal Military College of Canada. She has published essays about the artist as witness, atomic culture, ethics and the imagination. Salverson ...
Toronto
Eleanor Sam is a Toronto based novelist, born on a sugar plantation in Guyana, South America, with West and Central African ancestry. She has a B.A. from York University and a Master of Health Science (MHSc) from the University of Toronto, and has given invited readings at public libraries, bookstor ...
Hudson Heights
Clarise has a PhD (1990) from Rutgers University in German literature and has published poetry, a novel, and a scholarly study on the poetry of Paul Celan.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, to Barbadian parents in 1968, Robert Edison Sandiford is a short story writer, graphic novelist, novelist, freelance editor, and journalist. After obtaining a BA in English Literature from McGill University in 1990, he worked briefly as a clerk for a wholesale booksell ...
Moncton
Janet Coulter Sanford enjoyed a 30-year career as a high school English teacher. An avid reader herself, she fostered a love of reading in many students.  Throughout her career, she advocated for Canadian literature in the classroom and championed Canadian writers at every opportunity. Memories on t ...
Victoria
Susan Sanford Blades (first name: Susan, last name: Sanford Blades) is grateful to live and write on the traditional territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən speaking people–the Songhees and Xwsepsum/Kosapsum (Esquimalt) Nations (Victoria, BC). When not writing, she works as an editorial assistant for Theory &amp ...
Surrey
Harpreet Sekha is a Punjabi author of fiction and non-fiction based in Surrey, BC, Canada. He migrated to Canada with his parents in 1988. Holding a diploma in Mechanical Engineering and employed as a Computer Numerical Control Machinist/Programmer, Harpreet’s written work explores themes and experi ...
Montreal
Robyn Sarah was born in New York City to Canadian parents and has lived for most of her life in Montreal. Following studies in music at the Conservatoire du Quebec, and philosophy and English at McGill University, she taught English for 20 years at Champlain College in St. Lambert, Quebec.  Founder ...
Brossard
Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia, Alejandro Saravia lives since 1986 in the province of Quebec. The publication of his novel Red, Yellow, Green (Biblioasis, 2017), about the last Bolivian coup d'État and the experiences of its central character, Alfredo Cutipa, in Canada, made him one of the contemporary ...
Anne Gray lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
Winnipeg
Pete Sarsfield is from Nova Scotia, where he studied English (and baseball) at Acadia University in Wolfville, with minimal external validation. He then worked as a bartender and hospital orderly, before going to medical school at Dalhousie University in Halifax, and subsequently worked as a family ...
John Ralston Saul was born in Ottawa on June 19, 1947. He was raised in Alberta, Manitoba and Ottawa. He graduated from McGill University with an Honours B.A. in 1969, and a Ph.D. from King's College in London in 1972. From 1972-75, he was the Director of an investment company in Paris. He was ...
Montreal
Paulette Marie Sauvé is a painter, tapestry weaver and a writer. Originally from North Bay, Ontario, she obtained her Master of Fine Arts degree in 1992 at the Université du Québec.  The MFA course included studies in northern Italy.She studied visual arts, architecture and painting at the Institut ...
Cranbrook
Seven books available in print, eBook, and audiobook. Better by Design: Your Best Collaboration Guide, Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration 2018 Edition, The Collaborative Podcast Series: Book 1: The Foundations For Collaboration, Book 2: The Collaborative G ...
Saskatoon
Candace Savage was born in the Peace River Country of northern Alberta and earned an Honours BA in English Literature from the University of Alberta. For the more than half a lifetime, however, she has lived and worked in Saskatchewan, with a home base in Saskatoon and a home-away-from-home in ...