Member Announcements

New Publication

New novel by Donna Wootton published by Hidden Brook Press www.HiddenBrookPress.com  More

Congratulations

Congratulations to SK member Miriam Körner on willing the Snow Willow SK Young Readers' Choice Award for her book, Yellow Dog. https://www.cbc.ca/books/miriam-k-rner-s-yellow-dog-among-best-books-of-... More

Members' Activity

J.A. Wainwright's opera about the life and death of Robert Dziekanski. I Will Fly Like a Bird, with music by John Plant, will be performed by the Thopmson Street Opera Company (Chicago) September 13-15 and 20-22, 2019. His latest novel, The Grace of Our Affections, is available from Custom Books (... More

Congratulations

Congratulations to Charlene Diehl on receiving the Winnipeg Arts Council Making a Difference Award!  "Charlene Diehl has transformed the Winnipeg International Writers Festival into one of the most highly regarded literary festivals in the country, especially as a powerful advocate for fostering... More

Members' Activity

I am thrilled to share the news that Quill of the Dove has been optioned for a limited television series by Original Pictures. For a novelist, it doesn't get much better than this :) Cheers, Ian Thomas Shaw www.ianthomasshaw.com Below is the Press Release from Guernica Editions   FOR IMMEDIATE... More

New Publication

I’m happy to announce that my new novel Spinster Kang has come out from Inanna publications in May 2019.   More

Members' Activity

Katie Welch's story Saint Watching Over House About To Burn won Second Place in the 2019 Okanagan Short Story Contest. https://fccs.ok.ubc.ca/about/events-workshops/short-story/ More

New Publication

I am delighted to announce the recent publication of my novel "The Afrikaner" (Guernica, Toronto, April 2019). Se between South Africa and Namibia, "The Afrikaner" is an on-the-road adventure story that covers the terrains of race, love, science, and historical guilt. The book is inspired by the... More

Literary Reading or Event

Hola Toronto-area poets and poetry-loving members! Please join Prairie poet dee Hobsbawn-Smith at Knife Fork Book at The Dark Side Studio, 244 Augusta Ave., Toronto, on Saturday 8 June, 3 PM, as she launches her chapbook, Jeanne Dark comes of age on the prairie, published by Espresso Chapbooks. More

Literary Reading or Event

Celebrate the Kingston, Ontario, launch of What You Take With You: Wildfire, Family and the Road Home, a memoir of the Fort McMurray wildfire by Therese Greenwood. Published by University of Alberta Press. Thursday, May 30, 7 to 9 pm at Novel Idea Bookstore, 156 Princess Street in downtown Kingston... More

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