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Calgary, AB, Canada
Barbara Baker grew up in Banff, Alberta and spends her free time racing up and down the Rockies to keep up with an active family of outdoor enthusiasts. The highlights of her writing experience include: Carousel Pictures made a film of her Globe and Mail essay, Life Support, which played in the Toro ...
Toronto
Playwright, educator, feminist, activist, environmentalist, gardener and avid walker, Colleen Wagner’s writing interests embrace screenwriting, poetry and short fiction. Recipient of numerous awards including a Governor General’s Literary Award her work has been translated into a dozen languages and ...
Treaty 4, Regina
J. A. Wainwright was born in Toronto in 1946. He has lived in England, Spain, and Greece, but mostly in Nova Scotia since 1972. He received a B.A. from the University of Toronto and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Canadian Literature from Dalhousie University where he is McCulloch Emeritus Professor in English ...
Calgary
Jessica Waite lives with her teenaged son and their bear-sized rescue dog in Calgary (Moh'kins'tsis), in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. Jessica encourages people to write as a way of healing, and to share stories as a way of connecting. Her website www.endlesstories.love has been described a ...
Nanaimo
Chelsea Wakelyn is the author of What Remains of Elsie Jane (Dundurn Press, 2023). She lives on Vancouver Island. 
Oshawa
The first submission by RUTH E. WALKER (she/her), author of the novel LIVING UNDERGROUND (Seraphim Editions, 2012), won first prize in Canadian Living magazine's 1996 short story contest. She built on that amazing kickstart with poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction in Canadian, US and UK publicat ...
Montreal
Marcia Walker’s writing has appeared in Electric Literature’s Recommended Reads, The Chicago Review, The New Quarterly, Fiddlehead, The New York Times, PRISM international, Room, EVENT, The Globe and Mail, CBC radio, and elsewhere. She has been shortlisted for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize, PRI ...
Brookline, Massachusetts
Ian Wallace is one of Canada's best known and loved author-illustrators of children's books. Over a long and distinguished career he has published many picture book classics, including 'Canadian Railroad Trilogy' by Gordon Lightfoot, 'Chin Chiang and the Dragon's Dance& ...
Windsor
Jade Wallace’s poetry, fiction, and essays have been published internationally, including in This Magazine, Canadian Literature, and Hermine. Their writing has received support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Windsor. It has won the Muriel’s Journey Po ...
Woodbridge
Author of seven books is a lover of the outdoors and enjoys canoeing, skiing and traveling. Among other things. He’s lived at various times in the Dordogne in France where his book Harvest is based. He began writing when taking a year off between high school and university to work on a small city da ...
Toronto
Myna Wallin is a Toronto-based author and editor with her Masters degree in English Literature from U of T. She is the author of three chapbooks: Vulnerable Positions (2002), The Old Abandonment (2003), and Warning Signs (2005), all with believe your own press. Her first full-length poetry collectio ...
Ann Walmsley is the author of The Prison Book Club (2015 Viking, Penguin Canada), which tells the story of the 18 months she spent participating in a book club in a men's medium-security prison. The Prison Book Club is the winner of the 2016 Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction. It was ...
Toronto
Helen Walsh’s debut novel, Pull Focus, published September 7, 2021 by ECW Press in North America and October 7, 2021 in the UK. Walsh is also the founder and president of Diaspora Dialogues, a charitable organization that supports writers to turn their craft into a career, through mentorship, profe ...
Williams Lake, BC
Ann Walsh is a longtime Cariboo (Central BC) resident. Several of her historical fiction novels for younger readers are set during the gold rush in BC during the 1800s. She has also published a book of poetry, was the instigator and editor of three anthologies of short stories for YA readers, and ha ...
Wakefield
My dive into the arts began in theatre and contemporary dance on Canada’s west coast. I performed and earned credits in both from Simon Fraser University, where I also completed a BA and MA in social-political history. A desire to discover the world contributed to a career in international developme ...
Guelph
Eric began writing for his grade 5 class to entice them to write and read.  This first book, Stand Your Ground, was published in 1994.  Subsequently he has written 104 novels and picture books for children and young adults, which are available around the world and have been translated into 14 langua ...
Toronto
Mary W. Walters is the author of four novels, a collection of short stories, and a book of non-fiction. Her most recently published novels are The Adventures of Don Valiente and the Apache Canyon Kid, a novel co-written (word by word, on the phone) with the Santa Fe author John Aragon, and Rita Just ...
Kitchener, ON
David is the author or coauthor of more than 20 books of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and recipes. As “Tante Tina,” he has also been known to don a dress and kerchief and to pontificate on the trials of being a Mennonite farm woman in a men’s world gone mad. His science books, as well as his short st ...
Michelle Wamboldt is a writer living on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.  Michelle has a BA in English from Dalhousie University and a Journalism Diploma from the Humber College School of Journalism.   Michelle's debut novel, Birth Road, is a work of historical fiction inspired by her grandmother's ...
Banff
Meghan J. Ward is a writer, editor, digital content specialist and all-around storyteller based in Banff, Canada (Treaty 7 territory). A fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Meghan has written several books and contributed to anthologies, blogs, award-winning films and s ...
Vancouver
Betsy Warland is the author of a dozen books of poetry, creative nonfiction, and lyric prose. She is most widely known for her best-selling collection of essays, Breathing the Page: Reading the Act of Writing. Her most recent book, Oscar of Between: A Memoir of Identity and Ideas, was one of two boo ...