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** Please note: Gail is unable to attend the 2018 festival, and Rebecca Wood Barrett will be replacing her in the workshop “God is in the Details”.
ANDERSON-DARGATZ, GAIL has been published worldwide in English and in many other languages in more than 15 territories. Read More
CASPER, CLAUDIA is a Canadian writer. She is known for her bestselling novel The Reconstruction, about a woman who constructs a life-sized model of the hominid Lucy for a museum diorama while trying to recreate herself. Read More
DUNCAN, LYNN Prior to starting Vivalogue Publishing with Kilmeny Denny, LYNN DUNCAN had a successful career in Human Resources with several respected Canadian companies. Lynn runs Vivalogue’s operations in Canada, providing business advice and editorial services to self-published authors. Read More
LAWRENCE, GRANT is a popular CBC personality and the author of three books: Adventures In Solitude, The Lonely End of the Rink, and Dirty Windshields. Read More
MACDONALD, MARY is a poet and writer with a Ph.D. from UBC. She has written poetry for ballet, public art, and libretto. Her work has appeared in Room Magazine and Pique Newsmagazine. Her chapbook, Going In Now, was published in 2014 by NIB Publishing. Read More
Comprising musicians from Whistler and Vancouver, SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED plays ska, reggae, blues and gypsy jazz with a healthy mix of originals and covers. Stephen Vogler, guitar, mandolin, vocals; Geeta Das, trumpet, saxophone, vocals; Tony Moser, bass; and Dean Feser, percussion. Read More
THE SEA TO SKY ORCHESTRA is a 14-member strings ensemble featuring violin, viola, and cello players, and a harpsichord/organ player from Pemberton, Whistler and Squamish. Read More
So far as I know, no one has unfriended me on Facebook because of something I wrote. But I have landed in some unfriendly situations because of writing, including with myself. There were times I would have unfriended myself if I could have. Read More
The first camping trip I ever did alone, at the age of 22, was probably outside the norm: I chose the high Arctic. Polar bears, pooh! I only learned later in life that camping scientists take rifles with them on the tundra.
Okay, I admit to a slight fear of polar bears. This is healthy. Read More
I can’t think of a more superb topic for writers to mull than risk. For myself, there are so many moments of risk in my memoir Sugar Ride: Cycling from Hanoi to Kuala Lumpur some people have asked me why I did the trip in the first place. Read More