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Lexie Angelo is a crime writer and short story author currently pursuing a PhD in creative writing from the University of Edinburgh. Her chapbook A Rough Season was released in 2020 by Loft on Eighth Press. Additionally, her work has also appeared in Gutter Magazine, Culinaire Magazine, Neon Books, ...
Vernon
Natalie Appleton is an award-winning Canadian writer living in the Okanagan. She is a graduate of the University of Regina School of Journalism and the MA in Creative Writing (Narrative non-fiction) program at City University London, UK. In her former life as a journalist, she worked at newspapers ...
North York, Ontario
Rona Arato Rona has been a writer and editor for over 25 years. Her work has appeared in magazines and newspapers in Canada and the United States. Rona holds a degree in Elementary Education from U.C.L.A. She has taught elementary school classes in Los Angeles and Toronto, adult Creative Writing for ...
TERREBONNE
I was Born in Montreal. Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, certificate in radio and television animation with several certificates in sales and marketing.  Author of the book:  Des Poules dans ma Cour (Chickens in my backyard) published at Ecososiété in May 2020.  I have always had artistic hobbies su ...
North Vancouver
Théodora Armstrong is a fiction writer, poet, and photographer. Her collection of short fiction, Clear Skies, No Wind, 100% Visibility, set against the landscape of British Columbia, was a finalist for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award for Fiction and the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. Her stories have w ...
Nelson
Kate Armstrong is the award-winning author of her memoir The Stone Frigate: The Royal Military College’s First Female Cadet Speaks Out published in 2019 and named as winner of the 2020 Ontario Historical Society Alison Prentice Award for best book on women’s history and a finalist for the ...
Vancouver
Bill Arnott is the bestselling author of A Season on Vancouver Island, Gone Viking: A Travel Saga, Gone Viking II: Beyond Boundaries, The Gamble Novellas, Allan's Wishes, and Bill Arnott's Beat: Road Stories & Writers' Tips. His column-series Bill Arnott’s Beat appears in magazines around the gl ...
North Vancouver
Jenn Ashton is an award-winning author and visual artist living in North Vancouver, B.C. She is the author of the prize-winning "Siamelaht" in British Columbia History in 2019. Her book of Short Stories, People Like Frank, and other stories from the edge of normal (Tidewater 2020) was shortlisted fo ...
Brantford
Catherine Astolfo retired after a very successful 34 years in education.  She can recall writing fantasy stories for her classmates in Grade Three, so she started finishing her books the day after her retirement became official. Catherine's short stories and poems have been published in a numbe ...
Mel Atkey has been writing musicals ever since he was in high school in his native Vancouver. He was a finalist for the Musical of the Year competition in Aarhus, Denmark, and his work has been short-listed for the Vivian Ellis Prize, the Quest for New Musicals, the Ken Hill Prize and Musical Stairs ...
Toronto
Ash Winters is an emerging Toronto-based poet. Genderqueer and sober, their work navigates complex and colourful emotional landscapes. They graduated with their BA in English from Lakehead University in 2010. Their poetry and prose have recently appeared in; Existere, Open Minds Quarterly, The White ...
Powassan
Martha Attema was born in Friesland (The Netherlands). In 1981, she moved to Canada with her husband and three children. From 1987 - 2012, she has been teaching kindergarten, grade one and two. She started writing stories in English in 1987. She draws ideas from history, folk tales and legends of he ...
Cobourg
Gatineau
Catherine Austen writes books for children and teens, short stories for adults, and reports for corporate clients. Her novels have won the CLA Young Adult Book Award, the Sunburst Award, the QWF Prize for Children’s Literature, and the Hackmatack Children’s Choice Award. Her short stories have appea ...
Surrey
Toronto
Heather Babcock's debut novel Filthy Sugar was published by Inanna Publications in 2020.  She has had short fiction and essays published in many literary journals including Descant Magazine and The Toronto Quarterly. In 2015, her chapbook Of Being Underground and Moving Backwards was published ...