2016 Participants

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    • Lisa de Nikolits

      Lisa de Nikolits  is the award-winning author of six novels. The Hungry Mirror won a 2011 IPPY Awards Gold Medal and was long-listed for a ReLit Award. West of Wawa won the 2012 IPPY Silver Medal and was a Chatelaine [...]

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    • Kevin Hardcastle

      Kevin Hardcastle is a fiction writer from Simcoe County, Ontario. He studied writing at the University of Toronto and Cardiff University. Hardcastle was a finalist for the Journey Prize in 2012, and his short stories have been published in subTerrain, [...]

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    • Takashi Hiraide

      Takashi Hiraide is the author of The Guest Cat.

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    • Andy McGuire

      Andy McGuire is the author of Country Club.

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    • Mark Medley

      Mark Medley is The Globe and Mail's's books editor.

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    • Donna Morrissey

      Donna Morrissey is the award-winning author of five adult novels—Kit’s Law, Downhill Chance, Sylvanus Now, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, What They Wanted, and The Deception of Livvy Higgs—as well as the Gemini Award–winning screenplay Clothesline Patch. [...]

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    • Steven Price

      Steven Price is the author of two award-winning poetry books, Anatomy of Keys (2006), winner of the Gerald Lampert Award, and Omens in the Year of the Ox (2012), winner of the ReLit Award. His first novel, Into That Darkness, was [...]

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    • Karin Wells

      Karin Wells is an internationally recognized CBC radio documentary maker.

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    • Andrew Westoll

      Andrew Westoll

      Andrew Westoll  is an award-winning author, journalist, and teacher. A former biologist and primatologist, his books include The Riverbones, a travel memoir set in the jungles of Suriname, and The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary, which was a national bestseller and [...]

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    • Nathan Whitlock

      Nathan Whitlock is associate editor of Toronto Life magazine.

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    • Michael Winter

      Michael Winter is the author of Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead.

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    • Marnie Woodrow

      Marnie Woodrow is the acclaimed author of two short fiction collections, Why We Close Our Eyes When We Kiss, and In The Spice House. Her novel, Spelling Mississippi, was short-listed for the amazon.ca First Novel Prize. Her second novel, Heyday, is a two-era love story set on Toronto [...]

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    • Jacob Wren

      Jacob Wren is the author of Rich and Poor.

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