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Darcy Tamayose is a PhD student in Cultural, Social, and Political Thought (CSPT) examining the Okinawan Canadian diaspora. Her MA (History) thesis explored the kika nisei journey of Naoko Shimabukuro—spanning from southern Alberta to Hamahiga Island with focus on the Okinawan Canadian civilian fron ...
Toronto
As the daughter of immigrant parents, Urve grew up in Toronto hearing stories about the history and culture of Estonia. Urve didn’t realize that she wanted to be a writer so she attended the University of Toronto and graduated with a B.Sc. (Physical Therapy). After practicing physiotherapy for a few ...
Vancouver
Eric Enno Tamm is an author, journalist and analyst with more than 15 years experience in the media and nonprofit sector. His first book, Beyond The Outer Shores: The Untold Odyssey of Ed Ricketts, the Pioneering Ecologist Who Inspired John Steinbeck and Joseph Campbell, was a Kiriyama Prize Notable ...
Kingston
Shelley Tanaka was born in Toronto, Ontario. She has a B.A. (Hons) in English and German from Queen's University and an M.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Toronto. For the past thirty-five years she has been the fiction editor at Groundwood Books, Canada's foremost child ...
Toronto
Damian Tarnopolsky is a writer, editor and teacher.  His most recent work, The Defence, won the 2019 Voaden Prize, leading to a staged reading directed by Craig Walker at the Kingston WritersFest. His novel Goya’s Dog, the story of a dyspeptic British painter’s unhappy World War II exile in Toronto, ...
Saltspring Island
Born in 1941, Patrick Taylor was reared in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland. He was educated at Campbell College, Belfast and the Queen's University of Belfast--graduating in medicine in 1964. He trained as a gynaecologist, obtaining his speciality in 1969. Taylor emigrated to Canada in 1970 an ...
Mississauga
Whistler
Lucien is a Canadian writer and airline pilot. The Sequence, his debut novel, follows a pair of mercenaries moving contraband for an organized crime syndicate, while asking some intriguing ethical questions regarding human genetic modification. Lucien has lived in the UK, Hong Kong, France, Poland, ...
Winnipeg
Craig Terlson's fiction has appeared in Lithub, Mystery Tribune, Carve, Hobart, Smokelong Quarterly, and many other literary journals in the United States, United Kingdom, and South Africa. He is the author of the novels: Correction Line, Surf City Acid Drop, Fall in One Day, and the story collectio ...
Toronto
Beverley Terrell-Deutsch was an elementary school teacher for several years.  After attaining a doctoral degree in psychology, she returned to the school system as a school psychologist, working with children and their families, and teachers, for over twenty years.  She has been writing for most of ...
Toronto
Souvankham Thammavongsa is the author of four acclaimed poetry books, and the short story collection How to Pronounce Knife, winner of the 2020 Scotiabank Giller prize and Trillium Book Award, finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award and PEN/America Open Book Prize, out now with McClellan ...
Toronto
Manjushree Thapa writes fiction and nonfiction, and translates Nepali literature into English. She studied creative writing as a Fulbright fellow at the University of Washington in Seattle in 1998. She is the author of several books of fiction and nonfiction set in her homeland, Nepal. She also tran ...
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Leona Theis's novel-in-stories, If Sylvie Had Nine Lives (Freehand 2020), offers her protagonist nine different chances to "get life right." The novel won several awards, including the High Plains Book Award. Leona's first book, Sightlines, linked stories that form a portrait of a town, won two Sask ...
Toronto
Andrew Theobald studied at Mount Allison University and the University of New Brunswick before completing a PhD in history at Queen's University. Always fascinated by engaging stories, he especially enjoys helping make history accessible to a wide audience. He has also worked as a documentary f ...
Pender Island
Joy Thierry Llewellyn is an avid long-distance hiker who loves living out of a backpack. She was a story editor and screenwriter for film and TV, and taught screenwriting in Canada, India, and China. She's been a journalist, wildlife biology technician, governess in Australia, spent time in a TIbeta ...