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Based in the UK, KILMENY JANE DENNY draws upon more than 25 years’ experience in print and digital media to provide editing, design and website service to self-published authors through Vivalogue Publishing, a company she owns with Lynn Duncan. Read More
CORNELIA HOOGLAND’s Trailer Park Elegy (Harbour, 2017), was a finalist for the League of Canadian Poets’ 2018 Raymond Souster Award. Read More
K. JANE WATT PhD, principal of Fenton Street Publishing House, works with academic, corporate, government, and non-profit clients to tell the stories of BC. Read More
ANDREW WOOLDRIDGE is the publisher at Orca Book Publishers. Founded in 1984, Orca Book Publishers is an independently owned Canadian children’s book publisher of award-winning, bestselling books in a number of genres. Read More
Written by Katherine Fawcett of The Sea to Sky Strings Orchestra | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Show up. Sit down.
laugh – Pet the dog.
Tighten, rosin, tune.
Talk: kids, news, dreams, dotted eighth
notes, hair, eyeglasses, skiing.
Late-comers arrive. Apologies.
Unlatch. Read More
Written by Claudia Casper | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
There is always tension in our species between the desire for autonomy and the desire to belong and work together. This tension is playing out politically right now with Trump, Brexit, the EU, #metoo, political correctness, refugees, etc. Read More
Written by Carolyn Marie Souaid | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
In 2013, the Banff Centre became my home for seven weeks while I wrote the first draft of my cross-cultural love story, Yasmeen Haddad Loves Joanasi Maqaittik. Read More
SHARON BALA lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland. She is a member of The Port Authority writing group. The Boat People is her first novel and was a finalist for Canada Reads 2018 and the 2018 Amazon Canada First Novel Award. Her short story “Butter Tea at Starbucks” won the 2017 Journey Prize. Read More
BILLY-RAY BELCOURT is from the Driftpile Cree Nation. He is a PhD student in the Dept. of English & Film Studies at the University of Alberta. His debut book, This Wound is a World (Frontenac House 2017), was the winner of the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize. Read More
DUSTIN BENTALL is what you call a rustic troubadour, a counter-culture cowboy, and a purveyor in the finest of cosmic Canadiana. For years, Dustin has honed his rebel songwriting craft in every dive bar, club, and honky tonk across Canada. Read More