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Hamilton
Karen has always been an avid reader and for many years reading satisfied her love of story. That changed when she was hired to manage the local library and the desire to write took root. Since then...
London
Madeline Bassnett's first full-length collection, Under the Gamma Camera, was published by Gaspereau Press in 2019. She is also the author of two chapbooks, Pilgrimage (Baseline, 2016) and Elegies (...
Judy Fong Bates is the author of China Dog and other Tales from a Chinese Laundry, a collection of short fiction, published by Sister Vision Press. Her short stories have been broadcast on CBC radio...
Orangeville
Diane Bator is a budding playwright and the author of several mystery novels—and series. She’s a member of many mystery groups and when she’s not writing, she works in a small, professional theatre...
Halifax
Sharon Batt is a writer and women's health activist currently living in Halifax. In the 1970s, she was one of the editors of the feminist magazine Branching Out and was a vice-president for...
Batten
After four years practising law in Toronto, Jack Batten turned in relief to writing in 1963. He worked on the staffs of Maclean's and Saturday Night, but since 1968 has concentrated on books. There...
Nancy Bauer holds a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and immigrated to Fredericton in 1965. She was married to Bill Bauer, writer and retired professor, who died in 2010. Nancy was the publisher of 25...
Kingston
Jean Rae Baxter (née Fox) was born in Toronto but grew up in Hamilton. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in English from the University of Toronto and a B.Ed degree from Queen’s. She is an ex-copywriter and...
Joan Baxter is a Nova Scotian journalist, development researcher/writer, anthropologist and award-winning author. Her latest book, The Mill: Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest (2017), explores...
Kimmy Beach's fifth book, The Last Temptation of Bond (The University of Alberta Press, 2013), was chosen as one of the best five poetry books of the year on Quill&Quire's 2013...
Toronto
Beam
Simcoe
Born in Hamilton, Ontario, David Beasley graduated in English Literature and History from McMaster University. He lived in Europe for five years, studied modern French Literature in Paris at the...
Greg Bechtel’s occasionally prize-winning fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared or are forthcoming in a variety of magazines and anthologies, including Avenue Edmonton, The...
Caledon East
Andrea Beck is the celebrated Canadian author-illustrator of 18 picture books. Her charming characters, treasured by children, parents and librarians alike, inhabit a world of imagination and...
Toronto
Helaine Becker is the bestselling author of more than 90 books for children and young adults. A Porcupine in a Pine Tree was the #1 Canadian National...
Ottawa
Beissel
Henry Beissel is a writer and editor who has published 16 volumes of poetry; 6 books of plays; translations of works by Bauer, Huchel, Ibsen, Mrozek, Neruda, and Dorst; a non-fiction book on Canada;...
Lunenburg
John Bell is a Lunenburg-based author and editor specializing in Canadian history, literature, and popular culture. A former editor of the poetry magazine Arc, John has contributed to ...

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