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An award-winning novelist, short story author, and essayist, Ami Sands Brodoff calls Montreal home. Ami’s most recent book is the volume of stories, Bloodknots, which received excellent reviews and...
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...
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...
Boularderie Island, Cape Breton
Douglas Arthur Brown is the author of five books. Quintet won the 2009 Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction Prize, was shortlisted for the Dartmouth Book Award, and longlisted for the ReLit...
Toronto
Edward Brown’s short story collection Playing Basra is published by Exile Editions. In 2016 he released On Toronto Train Bridges. Mr. Brown co-wrote the...
Born in Hastings County, Hannah Brown currently lives in the Beach in Toronto. She has two degrees in film from York University and has won awards for screenwriting, including one from the NFB for...
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...
Robert’s Creek, BC
Brown
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...
Toronto
Christene A. Browne originally from St. Kitts is a well-respected and internationally acclaimed Toronto independent filmmaker and was the first Black woman to direct a feature film in Canada. In 2011...
Fredericton
Living near a lake or river or ocean has been key to living a good life, and writing good work. The Kennebecasis, the Saint John, The Rideau and for a short spell the Burrard Inlet have been home.  I...
Maureen Brownlee (1960- ) is a Canadian fiction writer. Her first novel, Loggers’ Daughters, was published by Oolichan Books (Fernie, British Columbia) in November 2013. Born and raised on the...
Halifax
Carol Bruneau is the author of seven books--four novels and three short fiction collections. She has an MA in Canadian Literature from Dalhousie University, and an MA in Journalism from the...
Kingston
Jill Bryant is an author who specializes in children's nonfiction. Born in Toronto, Jill grew up in Elora and Eden Mills, Ontario. Children's theatre -- combined with her travel experiences in Asia...
Michael Bryson is the author of four books of short stories and 20 years worth of book reviews. He founded the online literary magazine, The Danforth Review (...
Toronto
CATHY MARIE BUCHANAN’s debut novel, The Day the Falls Stood Still, is a New York Times bestseller, a Barnes & Noble Recommends Selection, a Barnes & Noble Best of 2009 book...
Salt Spring Island
Self-published at 10, first chapter book at 13, hills and valleys afterwards and picking up the pen when I could. It’s A Good Thing by Annick Press in 1984 was my first commercial success. Other...

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