Member Announcements

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

Literary Reading or Event

Victoria: Friday, May 24, 6 pm. Victoria City Hall Vancouver, Saturday, May 25, 3 pm. Sun Yat-Sen Garden, 578 Carrall St. Toronto: Thursday, May 30. University of Toronto Library, 130 St. George St. Ten years in the making, A Woman in Between: Searching for Dr. Victoria Chung finally brings... More

Congratulations

Congratulations to all recipients of the Manitoba Books awards announced Friday, May 3rdat the Winnipeg Art Gallery, with a special cheer for TWUC member David A. Robertson who was runner up in the Manitoba Indigenous Writer of the Year Award, and winner of the McNally Robinson Book for Young... More

Members' Activity

Take a peek and listen to my new Inside the World of Dawn podcast: https://www.worldofdawn.com/2019/04/24/podcast-14-inside-the-world-of-dawn/ More

Literary Reading or Event

I'll be reading from my short story collection, The Things She'll Be Leaving Behind, and signing copies of my book in beautiful Nelson, BC. Everyone welcome! More

Literary Reading or Event

Adrienne Drobnies is excited to announce the launch of her first book of poetry Salt and Ashes on Tuesday, June 4 at 7 pm at Book Warehouse on Main in Vancouver. (https://bookmanager.com/7604459/?q=p.events).   This is a joint launch with Elaine Woo for her second book, Put Your Hand in Mine.... More

Members' Activity

I'm happy to report that CELTIC KNOT, the debut novel in my Clara Swift Tales 'history with a mystery' fiction series, was awarded the Bronze Medal for Best Regional Fiction (Canada East) in the 2019 Independent Publisher Book Awards (the IPPYs). CELTIC KNOT, self-published through Friesen Press,... More

Congratulations

I'm happy to report that Fat Cats, the fourth novel in my Dyed In The Green fiction series about Canada's national parks was awarded the Gold Medal for Best Regional Fiction (Canada West) in the 2019 Independent Publisher Book Awards. The Dyed In The Green series also won Silver in the Book Series-... More

Literary Reading or Event

A. J. B. Johnston will be presenting and reading from his two 2018 YA novels — The Hat and Something True — at the Voglers Cove Community Centre on June 12, 2019, at 7 pm. Copies will be for sale. In addition, John will talk a bit about his latest project, a history of the dynamic and legendary... More

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