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St-Ferreol-les-Neiges
St-Ferreol-les-Neiges
Mark Cardwell is an independent writer in the Quebec City region.  Born and raised in Midland, Ontario, he is a graduate of the University of Toronto and a former public affairs officer in the Canadian Armed Forces.  As a freelance journalist and writer since 1993, he has…
Rothesay
Rothesay
I was born a reader and a cook.   We ate out a lot – my Dad had an appreciation for GOOD food that was unusual in the 70’s. His enthusiasm for food from all over the world sparked a passion in me. To this day, I spend most of my free time in the kitchen. Once we were home, the…
North Bay
Rod
North Bay
Rod Carley’s second novel, KINMOUNT, won the Silver Medal for Best Regional Fiction from the 2021 Independent Publishers Book Awards and was one of ten books longlisted for the 2021 Leacock Medal for Humour. His first novel, A Matter of Will, was a finalist for the Northern Lit…
St. Albert
St. Albert
Jacqueline Carmichael is a writer for the Edmonton Journal newspaper. She is a book coach, and the author of Heard Amid the Guns (2020, Heritage House, shortlisted for the Whistler Independent Book Awards), Tweets from the Trenches (2018, shortlisted for the Whistler Award) and…
Scarborough
Trenton
Trenton
At some point, every kid starts asking “Why?”. Lindsey Carmichael never stopped. As a PhD candidate, she uncovered new reasons why arctic foxes are the coolest; as a forensic scientist, she found out why bears sometimes get away with murder. As a writer, she follows her sense of…
North Vancouver
North Vancouver
Trevor Carolan reads and lectures internationally. He has published more than 20 books of non-fiction, poetry, translation, anthologies, journalism and interviews. He served as literary coordinator for the XV Olympic Winter Games in Calgary, and has been Coordinator of Writing…
Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island
Maia Caron is a member of the Manitoba Métis Federation and lives on Vancouver Island British Columbia. Song of Batoche is her first novel. For more information, please visit her website at http://www.maiacaron.com  
David Carpenter was conceived in Saskatoon, and born in Edmonton. He was educated in Edmonton, Oregon, and Winnipeg. He began writing in Texas in 1976 during a heat wave when there was nothing else to do. It stuck.
Dartmouth
Dartmouth
Charlene Carr studied literature at university, attaining both a BA and MA in English, including a study program at Oxford. She attained a degree in Journalism and, after travelling the globe for several years and working an array of mostly writing related jobs, she decided the…
St. Thomas
St. Thomas
Author of three crime novels, two shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award Columnist with Boomers & Beyond magazine Moderator of Elgin Writers Guild Fiction Critique Group Formerly Community Newspaper Owner and Publisher Formerly Magazine Editor and Publisher  
Toronto
Toronto
Edward Carson is twice winner of the E.J. Pratt Medal in Poetry, the St. Michael’s College Award in English Literature, and is the author of seven books of poetry: Scenes (1977), Taking Shape (2008), Birds Flock Fish School (2013), KNOTS (2016), Look Here Look Away Look Again (…
St. Andrews
St. Andrews
Lauren Carter is the author of four books, including This Has Nothing To Do With You (Freehand Books) which Angie Abdou called "an antidote to apathy and despair" and Sarah Selecky described as "tender and devastating." Her debut novel, Swarm (Brindle & Glass), was called "…
Toronto
Toronto
Kern Carter was born in Trinidad and raised in Toronto, Canada. He is a single father to a teenage daughter, who he had when he was a teenager, himself. Kern is the author of the recently published YA novel Boys And Girls Screaming (DCB/Cormorant Books) and the forthcoming MG…
Toronto, ON
Toronto, ON
Anne Laurel Carter writes for young readers and teaches at the University of Toronto. Her 19 books includes YA non-fiction, picture books, novels, and an anthology of womens' memoirs. She is a 2X CLA Award winner and received a Jane Adamm's honor award. the Canadian Library…
Greater Toronto Area
Greater Toronto Area
Lucia is the author of nine books. Her work is included in the Lifespan Anthology: Loss (Bequem Publishing; Pure Slush, 2024) and People, Places, Passages: An Anthology of Canadian Literature (Longbridge Books, 2018). Her poetry has been published in Stile Magazine, Skirting…
Mono
Mono
Sean was born and grew up in Montreal, Quebec. After receiving a B.Ed. and a B.A, he taught just about everything from English and Math to Astronomy and Geography. Before settling in Ontario, Sean and his wife, Sylvia, travelled extensively throughout North America and Europe,…
Victoria
Victoria
Sara Cassidy's poems, short stories and essays have been published in The Malahat Review, Geist, Fiddlehead, Grain, Prairie Fire, ottawater, CV2, Barren Magazine, and other literary journals.  Her hundreds of feature articles, columns and reviews have appeared in such places as…
Victoria / Gulf Islands
Victoria / Gulf Islands
Aidan Cassie studied animation and earned a media arts degree at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Edinburgh College of Art. While spending a year in Provence she finished her debut picture book, Sterling, Best Dog Ever. Now that she's not gallivanting through…
Priceville
Priceville
I was a computer engineer (briefly), then an educator (longingly). I taught all things analytical, including physics, math, communication technology, and computer studies. After leaving the classroom for a leadership role, I ran district-wide programs for assessment, bring-your-…
London
London
Paul Cavanagh came to international attention when he was named the world’s first Lit Idol at the London Book Fair in the UK. Because he lives in London Ontario, he’s adopted the moniker Not That London Writer. He’s published three novels. They include After Helen (his award-…
Victoria
Victoria
Jane writes about women on the brink of transformation. Her debut novel, Patterson House, takes place in Toronto, the city in which she grew up. She has edited two anthologies with E. D. Morin—Impact: Women Writing After Concussion and Writing Menopause: An Anthology of Fiction…
Toronto
Toronto
Kate Cayley has published two collection of short stories, two collections of poetry, and a young adult novel, and written a number of plays, both traditional and experimental, which have been performed in Canada, the US and the UK. She is a former playwright in residence at…