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Halifax
A.J.B. Johnston writes both fiction and history. John (or Jay) is originally from Truro, NS, and completed an MA in History at Dalhousie University, then a PhD at the Université Laval. He worked for...
TORONTO
Alana Jones has been a writer since the age of twelve after her mother encouraged her to write as a medium of expression. Born in Trinidad, she is fascinated by both the Written Word and the Oral...
Albert M. Jabara was born in Lebanon on August 17, 1947, in a little village directly opposite Mount Haramoon. He moved to Canada where, at bare age of 13, he held his first job to support himself,...
Calgary
Aldona Jaworska was born and raised in Poland and came to Canada as a refugee in 1990. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Canadian Studies and Communication and Culture (2012, University of...
New Westminster
Candice James was awarded the title of  Poet Laureate Emerita of The City of New Westminster  by City Council after serving two 3 year terms as Poet Laureate (2010-2016) She is FOUNDER OF:  The Royal...
Jenkins
Born in Hamilton in 1962, Catherine Jenkins spent much of her childhood travelling in Europe, eventually settling in Peterborough (Ontario) when her father retired. She holds an M.A. in Methodologies...
Yellowknife
Cathy Jewison is a short story writer living in Yellowknife, NWT. A  collection of her Yellowknife stories, The Ugly Truck and Dog Contest and Other Tales of Northern Life, was published by Borealis...
Kingston
Detailed and productive researcher and writer specializing in social justice, public policy, history and culture, music and culture-related travel.  Coming in September 2021, a detailed travel guide...
Vancouver
Elena Johnson’s first book of poetry, Field Notes for the Alpine Tundra (Gaspereau Press, 2015), was written at a remote ecology research station in the Yukon’s Ruby Range. She has...
Eve Joseph grew up on unceded Squamish territory (North Vancouver) and now lives in Victoria on the unceded territory of the Lekwungen people. Her latest book of poetry, Quarrels, was released in May...
Vancouver
Franke James is a Canadian artist, author, and activist. Her visual stories, books, games, and videos are focused on the environment, freedom of expression,...
Kamloops
George M. Johnson was born in 1961 in Waterdown, Ontario. In 1984 he received an Honours B.A. in English and Psychology from the University of Western Ontario. He received an M.A. and Ph.D. from...
Regina
Gerry Jones was born in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Gerry has travelled extensively from sea to sea to sea. He was a journalist for most of his working life, starting with newspapers and then moving...
Otonabee
Gordon Johnston was born in Port Arthur, now Thunder Bay, in 1947. He studied at Trinity College in Toronto and then at Harvard before starting a teaching career at Trent University in Peterborough...
Toronto
Gord and his wife, Teena, live in Toronto with their two cats, Crumpet and Muffin. Defending the Inland Shores: Newfoundland in the War of 1812 was his first published work. Saving Tiberius...
Halifax | Kjipuktuk

Heather Jessup is the author of the novel The Lightning Field and a book on truth, lies, and art called This Is Not a Hoax:...

New Denmark
K.V. Johansen has Master's Degrees in Medieval Studies (Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto) and in English (McMaster). Her main scholarly interests are ancient and medieval history...
Windsor & Toronto
Karl Jirgens was born in Toronto. He is Professor Emeritus (U. Windsor). He served as editor/publisher of Rampike magazine (1979-2016). The Rampike digital archive is free to the public c/o U Windsor...
Salmon Arm
Kay has worked in the education and training fields as a writer, educator and consultant for public education programming on such issues as health, safety, career and personal planning. Much of her...

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