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Herman
Lisa Herman was born in L.A., grew up in Toronto, and lived in Israel working as an actress, waitress, writer, teacher, museum guide, and agricultural labourer. She has degrees from York University,...
Mia Herrera’s short stories, feature articles, and reviews have appeared in various online and print publications like CG Monthly, Live in Limbo, Side Street Review, Hart House Review, and...
Victoria, British Columbia
Peggy Herring is the author of Anna, Like Thunder (Brindle & Glass, 2018) and This Innocent Corner  (Oolichan Books, 2010). She has also published short fiction in The...
Cranbrook
Renée Hetherington obtained a BA in business and economics from Simon Fraser University in 1981, an MBA from theUniversity of Western Ontario in 1985, and an interdisciplinary PhD in anthropology,...
Toronto
Victoria Hetherington is the author of digital fiction project I Have to Tell You (0s&1s, 2014), which was reviewed and mentioned in the LA Review of Books, Publisher's Weekly,...
Roberts Creek
Caitlin Hicks is an author, international playwright, and acclaimed performer, storyteller and presenter in British Columbia, Canada.My life and work have been profoundly affected by the central...
Toronto
Jessica Hiemstra is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist, writer and compulsive collaborator. She divides her time between Toronto and Atlanta, Georgia where she is a showroom artist, creative...
Christine Higdon’s first novel, The Very Marrow of Our Bones, (ECW Press) is the winner of the Foreword INDIES Editor's Choice Prize – Fiction, for 2018. She won Silver at...
Walter Hildebrandt is a poet, historian and editor who presently works for the University of Calgary Press. His books focus primarily on the prairie West and for three of his books he has...
LAWRENCE HILL is the award-winning and internationally bestselling author of ten books of fiction and nonfiction, including The Book of Negroes, which was made into a six-part TV mini-series, and The...
Hillis
Born at Epsom, Surrey, England, Doris Hillis came to Canada in 1955. She has taught schools in Langenburg, Saskatchewan and Winnipeg. After completing an M.A. at the University of Manitoba, she...
Edmonton
Michael Hingston is an author and publisher who lives in Edmonton, Alberta. He is the author of two books: Let's Go Exploring (ECW, 2018), a cultural history of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, and...
Wasela Hiyate was raised in Toronto after emigrating from Guyana at the age of one. She studied in Montreal and earned a Master's of Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia. Her short...
After 27 years in Calgary, dee Hobsbawn-Smith now resides on family land west of Saskatoon with her partner, the writer Dave Margoshes, and their pets. Dee's poetry, essays, fiction and journalism...
Vancouver. BC
Deborah Hodge is the author of more than thirty books for children. She specializes in writing engaging nonfiction for young readers and loves the challenge of using few words to explain big thoughts...
Jack Hodgins was born in Comox on Vancouver Island in 1938, and raised in the logging community of Merville. After graduating from the University of British Columbia, he moved--with his wife Dianne--...

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