Registration is now open for the Providence Bay Writers' Camp (for adults!), July 19 to 24. Morning fiction workshops with Gail Anderson-Dargatz. Enjoy everything Manitoulin Island has to offer in planned and not so planned afternoon and evening activities. Join us at this magical place! Both...
Eve Zaremba is the author of six mystery novels and one work of feminist non-fiction. A number of her novels have been published in UK, German and China. She is a long-standing member of The Writers Union of Canada.
She lives in Toronto with her long-time partner Ottie Lockey who is a consultant to the performing arts (www.ottielockey.com)
They spend a part of each year in Vancouver.
Zaremba's current interests include making art from trash - objet trouve.
Eve Zaremba was born in Poland and emigrated to Canada in 1952 after a stint in the UK. She graduated from University of Toronto in 1963.
Active in the Women's Liberation Movement in the seventies and eighties, Zaremba was a founding member of Broadside, A Feminist Review published in Toronto from 1978 to 1988. She has written articles and reviews in a number of other publications.
Over the years Zaremba has made a living in advertising, marketing, real estate and publishing. Two of her novels were written while she owned and ran a used book store.