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Cornwall
Sharon McKay was born in l954, grew up in Montreal and graduated from York University with a BA. She has lived with, or been married to, David MacLeod for thirty-five years. Together they have two...
Hamilton
Emma McKenna is a mutlidisciplinary writer and author of Chenille or Silk: Poems (Caitlin Press, 2019). She holds a PhD in English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University, and has...
Vancouver
Neil McKinnon was born at a young age in an old house that is now a funeral parlour. It was June, 1941. War was raging in Europe and Joe Dimaggio was in the middle of a fifty-six-game hitting streak...
Toronto
Danielle s. McLaughlin Danielle S. McLaughlin has been a civil liberties advocate since she was old enough to say, ”That’s not fair!” As the director of education for the ...
Toronto
DIRK McLEAN is the author of children's picture books: Steel Drums and Ice Skates (Groundwood), Play Mas’! A Carnival ABC, and Curtain Up! (Tundra). As well as four YA...
Vancouver
"I am living in the late season, but it has its song too." (Jorie Graham) "A writer is a reader who cannot control herself." (Jhumpa Lahiri) "The rigours and lures of a writing life are blithely mine...
Newmarket, ON
Stephanie's first picture book, The Chicken Cat (Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2000), won both The Mr. Christie Award and The Ruth Schwartz Award and was a finalist for two others. Leon’s Song (...
Ottawa
Born in Ottawa, Canada’s glorious capital city, rob mclennan currently lives in Ottawa, where he is home full-time with the two...
Toronto
Cinders McLeod grew up in Toronto. She picked up the doublebass at eight, played in the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, then moved to England where she studied art and film. After receiving her...
Thunder Bay
Heather lives with her family on an old homestead on the edge of town. Writing is her third career. She studied music in University and paid for her education working as a busker and jazz singer....
Halifax
Kingsville
Margaret J. McMaster, published her first book of middle-grade fiction, Carried Away on Licorice Days, in 2008. It was nominated for three literary awards: the Canadian Library...
Ottawa
"Susan McMaster's purview is the world entire, with all its mystery, heartbreak and magic" (Carolyn Smart, editor McGill-Queen's). Her poetry has been described as "muscular, candid, intimate yet...

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