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Vancouver
Vancouver
Esmeralda Cabral was born in the Azores, Portugal, grew up in Alberta, and now lives and writes in Vancouver. She is a graduate of The Writer's Studio at Simon Fraser University and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of King's College in Halifax. Her…
Toronto
Toronto
Fathima Cader's writing has appeared in Guernica, The New Inquiry, Hazlitt, and elsewhere. Her 2021 essay, "Elegy," was featured in the New York Times' Interpreter newsletter. In her previous life as a public interest litigator, she represented workers and unions. She has taught…
Born and raised in Toronto, Andrew Calderone wrote Borders in the Sand while roaming Central America and the Dominican Republic. His first novel, Thirsty Scholars, was crafted at the Humber School for Writers before writing and co-directing the award-winning films Cold Is My…
Toronto
Barry Callaghan was born in Toronto in 1937. He has been a professor at York University since 1966. From 1966 to 1971, he was literary editor of Toronto Telegram; a producer and war correspondent for CBC's Public Affairs from 1968-71; a commentator on CTV network, 1976-1982; and…
St. John's
St. John's
Andreae Callanan is a poet and essayist in St. John's, NL.
St. John's
St. John's
Mark Callanan is the author of three full-length poetry collections, Romantic (Biblioasis, 2021), Gift Horse (Véhicule Press, 2011), and Scarecrow (Killick Press, 2003), as well as two poetry chapbooks, Skylarking (Anstruther Press, 2020) and Sea Legend (Frog Hollow Press, 2010…
Vancouver
Vancouver
BERNINI'S ELEPHANT, Jane’s debut novel published by Guernica Editions is available May 1 2023. Her short stories appear in Grain Magazine, Montreal Writes, Spadina Literary Review, CV7 Short Fiction Anthology Series and White Wall Review.  Her non-fiction appears in Accenti…
Gibsons
Gibsons
In 2011, Mark turned his attention to writing after a 20-year career in the software industry. While homeschooling two kids and dabbling in a variety of contract and volunteer positions, Mark self-published two books: Goodnight Sunshine (2015) and 17 Weddings (2018). A recent…
Toronto
Toronto
Heather is an award-winning children’s author, journalist, editor, and translator. Her two middle-grade novels, Clutch and The Other Side, received Skipping Stones Honor Awards and nominations for Forest of Reading, among other honors. Clutch was also named a 2017 Best Book from…
Antigonish
Antigonish
Anne Camozzi is a writer, editor and visual artist in Nova Scotia, Canada. Identifying as a person with disabilities, Anne uses a wheelchair for mobility. She is active as a disability advocate and presenter, while working on multiple creative projects involving art and writing…
Red Deer
Red Deer
Miji Campbell is a writer and teacher. Her memoir Separation Anxiety: A Coming of Middle Age Story was her first book and winner of the 2016 Whistler Independent Book Award for Nonfiction. Her work has appeared in Calgary Through the Eyes of Writers, Women’s Words: An Anthology…
Toronto
Toronto
Sandra Campbell's novel Getting to Normal (www.sandracampbell.ca) was NOW Toronto magazine’s choice for best books 2001. Her new work, The Pig and the Soprano, inspired by the life of Georgina Stirling, is a tale of the 19th century soprano who dared ambition and desire. Sandra'…
Edmonton
Montreal
Montreal
Licia Canton's writing has been anthologized internationally. She is the author of The Pink House and Other Stories (2018). Her short story collection Almond Wine and Fertility (2008; second edition 2018) was published in Italy as Vino alla mandorla e fertilità (2015). She is…
Dartmouth
Dartmouth
Tina Capalbo is a teacher, writer, avid walker, mom, and life-long dabbler in the arts. She is part artist and maker, part thinker and strategist. Tina has worn many hats over the years. In addition to lesson plans, blogs, and stories, Tina has written everything from corporate…
Toronto
Toronto
Domenico Capilongo lives in Toronto and teaches high school creative writing. His award winning short stories and poems have appeared in several national and international literary magazines. His first book of poetry, I thought elvis was Italian, was short-listed for the 2010 F.…
Montreal
Montreal
Neil Caplan holds a PhD in Politics from London School of Economics & Political Science (University of London) and retired in 2008 from teaching Humanities at Vanier College, Montreal, Canada. He is currently Scholar-in-Residence at Vanier College and Affiliate Assistant…