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Written by Sharon Bala | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
There is only one name on the spine of my novel but my book benefitted from several ghost writers. Read More
Written by Lorna Crozier | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
From the desk where I write, I can roll back in my chair, stick my head out the door and ask, “How do you spell…?” Patrick, my companion for forty years, and who works at his desk in the room right next to mine, sometimes answers. Read More
by Karen McLeod
In her third collection of short stories, Canadian author Lisa Moore takes you to familiar places—the shoe store, an insurance office, a night class—and introduces you to some regular people.
There’s a librarian, a caretaker, a wifey-wife. Read More
A book review of The Imam of Tawi-Tawi by Ian Hamilton. Read More
The Whistler Writing Society is proud to support Whistler’s Celebration of INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL and their event Dropping the F*Bomb: Why we all need to re-claim feminism. The event takes place Saturday October 13, 6:00pm at Maury Young Arts Centre, and is designed for anyone ages 12+. Read More
Written by Cornelia Hoogland | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
My support for writing “Trailer Park Elegy” comes partly from my dog. Read More
Written by Dania Tomlinson | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Writing wouldn’t be possible for me without my writer friends, my husband, my mom, and a nearby coffee shop. Read More
Book review: Trickster Drift by Eden Robinson offers riveting sequel to Son of a Trickster
by Libby McKeever
Getting out of Kitimat was meant to be a lifesaver for Jared.
In Trickster Drift, Eden Robinson’s sequel to Son of a Trickster, Jared heads to Vancouver to upgrade his marks at BCIT. Read More
Written by Eve Lazarus | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
In 1965, CKNW personality Rene Castellani poisoned his wife Esther with arsenic flavoured milkshakes so that he could marry Lolly Miller, the 20-something receptionist. Read More
Written by Darrel J. McLeod | #NoOneSucceedsAlone
Mamaskatch recounts the story of a Cree boy (me) growing up near Slave Lake. I am longing for happiness, peace and a normal life – something you might see in an indigenous version of Archie comics. Read More