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Dawson City
Tara Borin is a queer, nonbinary poet and writer living in the traditional territory of the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, Dawson City, Yukon. Their debut full-length poetry collection, The Pit, was published by Nightwood Editions in 2021. Tara's poems have been anthologized in Resistance: Righte ...
Toronto
ANDREW J. BORKOWSKI was born and raised in Toronto. His critically acclaimed debut short story collection, Copernicus Avenue, was published by Cormorant Books in 2011 and won the Toronto Book Award in 2012. Copernicus Avenue was also shortlisted for the 2012 Danuta Gleed Literary Award for short fic ...
North Vancouver
Published by Simon & Schuster Canada in January, 2015, Cathie Borrie's memoir, The Long Hello ~ Memory, My Mother, and Me, is written in spare prose, largely in the form of a dialogue. The Long Hello explores the emotional rewards and challenges that Cathie experienced in caring for her mot ...
Toronto
Roo Borson is a poet and essayist. Her books include the collaborative works Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei by Pain Not Bread (Roo Borson, Kim Maltman, and Andy Patton) published by Brick Books, and Box Kite: Prose Poems by Baziju (Roo Borson and Kim Maltman) published by House of Anan ...
Vancouver
TANYA BOTEJU is a teacher and writer living on unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations (Vancouver, BC). Part-time, she teaches English to clever and sassy young people. The rest of her time, she writes and procrastinates from writing. Her novel, Kings, Queens, ...
Toronto
Danila Botha is the author of three short story collections, Got No Secrets, which was published in 2010 by Tightrope books, For All the Men (and Some of the Women I've Known) which was published in 2016 and was a finalist for the Trillium Book Award, The Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature a ...
Markham
Hélène Boudreau grew up on an island surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean but now writes fiction and non-fiction for kids from her land-locked home in Ontario, Canada. Her picture book, I Dare You Not to Yawn, is a 2013 Parents’ Choice Award winner and a 2014 SCBWI Crystal Kite Award winner. Her tween n ...
Toronto
As a writer, editor, and strategic communicator, I'm passionate about helping people and organizations share their stories to achieve their desired outcomes. As a spiritual director and workshop facilitator, I help individuals and groups learn from their stories to build better lives and stronger co ...
Kitchener
James Bow grew up with his mother – the writer Patricia Bow – reading him Issac Asimov and Ursula K. LeGuin. He started writing young, cutting his teeth as a writer of Doctor Who fanfiction. (It is a measure of how cool James is that he liked Doctor Who before it was cool.) He met most of the import ...
Stouffville
Author and playwright, Jennifer Dance, is passionate about the environment, and justice and equality for all people. Believing that the first step toward reconciliation is understanding our shameful past, Jennifer's mandate is to educate the leaders of tomorrow with stories that hold their atte ...
Nanaimo
Lynne Bowen started in Indian Head, Saskatchewan in 1940 and has been moving westward ever since. She was raised in Calgary and Hinton, Alberta. She obtained a Public Health Nursing degree from the University of Alberta, and a Master's degree in western Canadian history from the University of Victor ...
b. 22 Sept. 1942 in Toronto. Daughter of Bert and Doris (Miller) Bartholomew. Gail Bowen's marriage to Ted Bowen (from Texas) has resulted in three children, Hildy, Max, Nat, and two grand-daughters, Madeline and Alejandra Bowen Diaz. Bowen was educated at the University of Toronto (B.A.), Univ ...
Regina
Lives and writes women's fiction with romantic element novels in Regina, SK and sets her novels in Saskatchewan because she believes it is as exotic as anywhere else in the world.   Woman of Substance, set in Regina, SK is a women's fiction novel with romantic elements touches lightly on w ...
A trailblazer in Canadian broadcasting, Lisa Bowes is an award-winning sports journalist and media consultant based in Calgary, Alberta  A Physical Education graduate from Western University, she is a passionate advocate for youth physical activity and reading literacy. Following the 2010 Vanco ...
Vancouver,
Lawrelynd, was born in Monrovia, Liberia, in West Africa, an eldest of five: 3 younger brothers and one little sister who died from FGM at age 7th on her mother’s side — and more than Twelve half siblings from her father’s side and they’re all living in Conakry, Guinea, West Africa. She moved to Mos ...
Welland
Randi-Lee was born and raised in Ontario, Canada, and from a young age, she had a passion for helping others. She attended Niagara College and graduated at the top of her class from Community and Justice Services after completing her placement at a recovery house for alcohol and drug addictions. Pos ...
Ingeborg Boyens has worked as a journalist for many years, writing for newspapers, magazines and television in Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg and Calgary. Her most recent position took her to CBC-TV's national current affairs program Country Canada in Winnipeg. Her work there as a documentary produc ...