Member Announcements

Literary Reading or Event

An online discussion on the exploration of the rich creative potential embedded in "ordinary stuff".   The exhibit  Of Stuff is at the Fort Gallery December 11-February 7. Cafe guests include visual artist Jazz Keillor and local poet Fiona Tinwei Lam,author of Odes & Laments, a collection that... More

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New Publication

Vancouver author Pam Withers has 2 new YA novels out, her 20th and 21st: The Parkour Club (pamwithers.com) and Drone Chase (Dundurn). More

Literary Reading or Event (Virtual Event)

BC poet Susan McCaslin will be doing a virtual reading from her forthcoming volume of poetry, Heart Work (Ekstasis Editions, Jan. 2021), along with three other poets, at the In/Verse Reading Series sponsored by The Federation of BC Writers on Sat. Dec. 12 from 12-2 pm, Pacific time, hosted by Fiona... More

New Publication

My new book ''Sometimes elephants  are flying '' is a bilingual (english/romanian) volume of aphorisms, reflections and motivational  statements Publisher: Globart Universum publishing house.   When Elephants Fly… Yes, elephants sometimes fly. This is true! Sometimes they fly only in our... More

New Publication

You want to write a story. Where do you start? How do you structure it? What if you get stuck? Poet and creative writing professor Kathy Mac (St. Thomas University, Canada) answers these questions and many more in the how-to guide to prose writing, Wording Around with Prose: Getting a First Draft... More

Literary Reading or Event (Virtual Event)

In case you have some free time, I am inviting my fellow TWUC members to a special Zoom meeting that promises to be a lot of fun.   Memories of Mom and Mayhem,   A presentation and reading from my post-Holocaust memoir Makeup Tips From Auschwitz - How Vanity Saved My Mother's Life When: Dec 1, 2020... More

Literary Reading or Event (Virtual Event)

Mark Frutkin is inviting you to a free Virtual Reading on Thursday, December 3 at 8:00 p.m., sponsored by TWUC and the Canada Council. He will be reading excerpts from two novels set in Italy. The first, The Rising Tide, published by Porcupine’s Quill is set in 1769 in Venice. The second, The... More

Members' Activity

Hi all,  Yes, I am moving from Ontario to Clarenville, Newfoundland (2 hr. NW on the coast from St John's) as of December 1st. I will be hunting for my new home and preparing to open 'Oceanview Writers Retreat' there as well.With in-season and off-season rates, the launch will happen whenever the... More

Literary Reading or Event (Virtual Event)

Only 15 reading spots available. Register now! Free. More

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