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Frankville, ON
Celia has enjoyed a number of complimentary and overlapping careers that combine her love of art and nature. She's worked as a biologist, a natural science illustrator and a teacher of studio arts...
Toronto
Jennifer Gold won her first creative writing award at nine years old for a short story about Bigfoot and a group of alligators sponsored by the Lipton Soup company. After studying psychology, law,...
Toronto
Dr. Nora Gold is the prize-winning author of three books: The Dead Man (2016), ...
Nanaimo
Kim Goldberg is an award-winning poet, journalist and author living on unceded Snuneymuxw territory (Nanaimo, BC). Visit Kim's Refugium website for details on...
Gabriella Goliger’s first book, Song of Ascent, won the 2001 Upper Canada Writer's Craft Award. She was co-winner of the 1997 Journey Prize for short fiction, was a finalist for this prize...
Leona Gom was born on an isolated farm in the north Peace River district of Alberta, where she lived for 20 years. She received her B.Ed. and M.A. from the University of Alberta. She has taught at...
Whitehorse
Lily Gontard is a writer living in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Her fiction, poetry and non-fiction have appeared in magazines such as Geist, The Puritan Magazine, Cirque, and The New Quarterly. Her...
Goodall
lian goodall was born in St. Catharines, Ontario and has lived in France and southern Ontario. She now resides on a farm outside of Toronto,Ontario,Canada and works as a writer, editor, and creative...
Winnipeg
Seyward Goodhand's stories have been shortlisted for the Writers’ Trust/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize and a National Magazine Award, and longlisted for the CBC Short Story Prize. Her first...
Motueka, New Zealand
The author of seven non-fiction books, Katherine Palmer Gordon has been writing for publications in both Canada and New Zealand since 1995. Born in England in 1963, her much-travelled family...
Cornwall
Christine Gordon Manley has been a freelance editor for fifteen (ish) years and has worked on over 40 books, including fiction, memoirs, children’s books, educational material, YA, and even cookbooks...

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