TWUC member Michael E Rose has now written a satire about Interpol, branching out from his usual spy thriller genre. Already, the reviews are enthusiastic. Terry Fallis, Canada’s award-winning satirist says: "Rose writes with a deft hand, a twisted wit, and an insider's knowledge of Interpol. A...
Meredith Quartermain was born in Toronto, grew up in the Kootenays, BC, and now lives in Vancouver. She has degrees in English and Law from UBC. She has taught English at UBC and Capilano College, and has enjoyed leading writing workshops at Naropa University and the Kootenay School of Writing. With her husband, Peter Quartermain, she runs Nomados Literary Publishers, which has published more than 30 books of innovative writing. Her work has appeared in the Walrus, Matrix, the Literary Review of Canada, Prism International, The Capilano Review, West Coast Line, filling Station, Raddle Moon, Canadian Literature, and other magazines. Vancouver Walking won the BC Book Award for Poetry in 2006, and Nightmarker was a finalist for the 2009 Vancouver Book Award