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Julie Keith is both a Canadian and an American. She was born and raised near Chicago and earned a B.A. from Smith College in 1962 and an M.A. from Concordia University in 1989. Keith writes full-time...
Betty C. Keller was born in Vancouver, B.C. in 1930. She studied at UBC earning a degree in English and Drama. She also holds a Teaching Certificate. She taught English and Drama in secondary schools...
Heriot Bay, BC
Kellerhals-Stewart
Heather Kellerhals-Stewart grew up in Toronto and graduated from U. of T. in English Language and Literature. After a speedy escape to the mountains of British Columbia she studied Social Work at U.B...
Toronto
Emily Kellogg is a writer, editor, and veteran book publishing professional based in Toronto, Ontario. Her work has appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail, Yes Poetry, The Lindenwood...
Paul is a teacher and a writer, focussing on political economy and social movements. His book, Escape from the Staple Trap, published in 2015 by University of Toronto Press, attempts a...
Calgary
Richard Kelly Kemick is an award-winning Canadian poet, journalist, and fiction writer. His new nonfiction book, I Am Herod, takes readers backstage and undercover at one of the world’s largest...
Denman Island
Des Kennedy was born in Liverpool, England, in 1945, and emigrated with his family to Toronto in 1955. He graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy from the Passionist Monastic Seminary in New York in 1968...
Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, I have worked for over thirty years, teaching in both Jamaica and Canada. I pursued graduate studies in education in Canada and held administrative positions...
Vancouver
  Ian Kent wrote, produced and directed the play “Abattoir Morning” for or; theatre (ortheatre.com). He also wrote and produced two children’s plays, “The Kingship of NNNNorp!” and “Witches’ Brew:...
Thornhill
Deborah Kerbel is the critically-acclaimed, award-winning author of books for young adult, midde grade, and primary readers. Her novels have been shortlisted for the Governor General’s Literary Award...
Leslie Kern is the author of Feminist City: A Field Guide (Between the Lines, 2019) and Sex and the Revitalized City: Gender, Condominium Development, and Urban Citizenship (UBC...
New Westminster BC
Eileen Kernaghan lives in New Westminster B.C. She published her first short story when she was eleven, and her second. in Galaxy science fiction magazine,twenty years later. Since then her short...
Halifax
Jessica Scott Kerrin is a children’s writer who is best known for her fiction books for young readers including an eight-book series called...
Susan Kerslake was born in Chicago in 1943. She attended Montana State (Missoula) and Beloit (Wisc). She worked in a bookstore in Chicago and immigrated to Canada in 1966. She has worked in libraries...
Joseph Kertes was born in Hungary and came to Canada as a young boy. He studied English at York and the University of Toronto and was encouraged to write by Irving Layton and Marshall McLuhan. He was...
Montreal
Andreas Kessaris grew up in Montreal's Park Extension district, the son of Greek immigrants. He is a graduate of Dawson College and Concordia Univeristy, where he earned a BA in...
Toronto and environs
Kessler
Deirdre Kessler was writer-in-residence in Hobart, Tasmania, in the fall of 2007, and also was part of the 20th annual Tasmanian Poetry Festival in Launceston, Tas, October 5-7, 2007. After the...

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