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    • Lisa de Nikolits

      Lisa is the award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of seven published novels to date: The Hungry Mirror, West of Wawa, A Glittering Chaos, The Witchdoctor’s Bones, Between The Cracks She Fell, The Nearly Girl and No Fury Like That (all Inanna Publications). Lisa’s [...]

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    • Michael DeForge

      Michael DeForge is the author of Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero.

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    • Farzana Doctor

      Farzana Doctor is the author of All Inclusive.

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    • Sunila Galappatti

      Sunila Galappatti is the author of A Long Watch.

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    • Peter Geye

      Peter Geye is the author of Wintering.

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    • Neta Gordon

      Neta Gordon is an Associate Professor at Brock University, in the Department of English Language and Literature. She is the author of Catching the Torch: Contemporary Canadian Literary Representations of World War One, published by Wilfrid Laurier UP, and A [...]

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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. He was a finalist for the 2012 Journey Prize, and his stories have been published widely in Canada and [...]

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    • Takashi Hiraide

      Takashi Hiraide is the author of The Guest Cat.

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    • Shawn Hitchins

      Shawn Hitchins is the author of A Brief History of Oversharing.

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    • Helen Humphreys

      Helen Humphreys

      Helen Humphreys is the author of The Ghost Orchard.

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    • Jean E. Pendziwol

      Jean E. Pendziwol is the author of The Lightkeeper's Daughters.

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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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    • Sylvain Prudhomme

      Sylvain Prudhomme is the author of The Greats.

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    • Emily Saso

      Emily Saso (Canada) writes fiction and screenplays. She lives in Toronto and blogs at egoburn.blogspot.ca. Her debut novel, The Weather Inside, was published in 2016. She is currently writing her second.

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    • Schabas, Martha (web)

      Martha Schabas

      Martha Schabas (Canada) earned a BA in Political Science from McGill University and an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia, where she received the David Higham Literary Award. Her articles, book reviews and short fiction have [...]

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    • Kim Scott

      Kim Scott is the author of That Deadman Dance.

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    • Olive Senior

      Olive Senior is the author of Dancing Lessons.

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    • Russell Smith

      Russell Smith is the author of Confidence.

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    • Kean Soo

      Kean Soo is the creator of March Grand Prix.

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      Cordelia Strube

      Cordelia Strube is the author of On The Shores of Darkness There Is Light.

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    • Rosemary Sullivan

      Rosemary Sullivan is the author of Stalin's Daughter.

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    • Brock Weir

      Brock Weir has been editor of The Auroran Newspaper for over six years.

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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 the author of The Jungle South of the Mountain.

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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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    • Kathleen Winter

      Kathleen Winter is the author of Lost in September.

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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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