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Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Bev Brenna is the author of 16 books, 14 of them for young people, including The White Bicycle—winner of a Printz Honor and shortlisted for a 2013 Governor General's Award; Wild Orchid, listed on CBC's Young Adult Books That Make You Proud to Be Canadian; Sapphire the Great and…
Johnville
Ann
Johnville
Ann Brennan holds a B. A., an MA., and an Honorary Doctor of Letters from the University of New Brunswick. She is one of the founders of the Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick, recently retired, Honorary President. Brennan is a member of the Writers Union of Canada and the…
Kitchener
Kitchener
Nic Brewer is a queer writer and editor from Toronto. She writes fiction, mostly; her first novel, Suture, was published with Book*Hug in Fall 2021. She is the co-founder of Frond, an online literary journal for prose by LGBTQI2SA writers, and formerly co-managed the micropress…
Toronto
Toronto
  Hugh Brewster has written 15 books for young readers and adults beginning with Anastasia’s Album (1996) which won both the Silver Birch and Red Cedar Awards. On Juno Beach won the Information Book Award in 2005 and At Vimy Ridge was a Norma Fleck Award winner in 2008.  Other…
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Colin Brezicki A graduate of Western and Oxford University, I spent my career teaching and directing in England and Canada. I turned to writing when I retired in 2012. I've published two novels, “A Case for Dr. Palindrome”, and “All That Remains”(recently a finalist in the…
Winnipeg
Rae
Winnipeg
Rae St. Clair Bridgman is an award-winning Winnipeg author and illustrator of children’s books, including several picture books and the mythical MiddleGate Books. She has a knack for finding the magical and extraordinary in the ordinary, in between the cracks of reality. Rae is…
Toronto
Toronto
Linda Briskin is a writer and fine art photographer. In her fiction, she is drawn to writing about whimsy, fleeting moments, and the small secrets of interior lives. Her creative nonfiction bends genres, makes quirky connections and highlights social justice themes—quietly. “…
Whitehorse (traditional territories of Kwanlin Dün First Nation and Ta'an Kwach'an Council)
Montreal
Ami
Montreal
Ami Sands Brodoff is the award-winning author of three novels and two story collections. The Sleep of Apples, her new novel-in-stories, centres on nine closely linked characters confronting crises related to mental illness, mortality--sooner rather than later--and gender…
Vancouver
Vancouver
Carellin Brooks served as the BC/Yukon regional representative on TWUC National Council (2013-2015). She was born in Vancouver and has lived in Ottawa, Montreal, New York, Oxford and London, UK, San Diego, Seattle, Japan, and Salt Lake City, Utah. She has a BA from McGill and a…
Perth
Perth
Brenda Brooks was born in Rivers, Manitoba, and grew up in various locales across the country. She graduated from York University in Toronto, and worked for many years at the Canadian Press. She now lives in Perth, Ontario, where she is working on a novel and poetry collection.…
Maple Ridge
Kingston
Kingston
Dorothyanne Brown, BNSc, MSc, former RN, is writer, editor, and occasional fibre artist. Her three children and their partners (and grandchild) are far away, so she lives instead with a recently adopted huge orange cat named Archy. She had to retire in 2008 due to multiple…
Toronto
Toronto
Yvonne Brown (Yvonne Shorter Brown) is a retired teacher and university lecturer. She is an independent researcher and writer on subjects pertaining to the socio-political and economic transformations in post-emancipation Jamaica; and the status of African/Black people in the…
Toronto
Toronto
NONFICTION I Am a Pedestrian, A Survivors Guide to Walking around Toronto, or, A Love Letter to Walking On Toronto Train Bridges Colour Me Jazz, The Archie Alleyne Story 50 Toronto Hidden Gems & Curiosities The Bottletree; founder, publisher & editor of defunct…
Robert’s Creek, BC
Robert’s Creek, BC
Brown has just completed “God is a Gun”, a novel set in Canada in 1967. She is also currently researching and writing a non-fiction book: “The Silver Bowl: Family and Empire”. It follows the exploits of, dozens of Northern Irish farmer’s sons – all related to one another – who…
Ron
Author, geographer, and photographer, Ron Brown has, since 1963, photographed and written on Canada's vanishing historic landscapes--telling the story of Canada through its ghost towns and railway relics. His research on railway stations takes his readers back to when trains…