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Photo credit
Robin Schlaht
Iryn Tushabe
BIO
Biography

Iryn Tushabe is a Ugandan-Canadian writer and journalist. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Briarpatch Magazine, Adda, and Prairies North. Her short fiction has appeared in Grain Magazine, the Carter V. Cooper Short Fiction Anthology, and in The Journey Prize Stories 30. The winner of the 2020 City of Regina Writing Award, she’s currently finishing her debut novel, Everything is Fine Here

ADDRESS
City: REGINA, Province/Territory: Saskatchewan
EMAIL
GENRE
Fiction, Nonfiction, literary journalism
LANGUAGES
English
PUBLICATIONS
Publications
Title
Lucky Baboon
Publisher
Grain Magazine
Year
2020
AWARDS
Awards
Name
City of Regina Writing Award
Year
2020
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
EQUITY INITIATIVE
As part of the Union’s Equity Implementation Plan, we are committed to increasing awareness of authors who are Black, Indigenous, racialized, LGBTQI2S, or living with a disability. This author identifies as:
Members who identify as:
Black, Indigenous, and/or racialized
Programs & Interests
Interested in participating Union’s Ontario Writers-in-the-Schools program:
All members are eligible for the Union’s Ontario Writers-in-the-Schools program. Are you interested in participating in this pro
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Interested in participating in the Northern Ontario WITS program:
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Yes