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Vancouver
Susan McNicoll was born in Montreal but grew up in Ottawa and also in England where she attended Tortington Park, a boarding school in Sussex. After living in Toronto for sixteen years, Susan moved...
Burlington, ON
A graduate of Concordia University with a B.A. specialization in English, and minor in economics, Sylvia has worked in corporate cash management, raised three children, and edited Today's Parent...
Douglas McTaggart was born in Toronto and grew up in the river valley known as Hogg’s Hollow where he attended York Mills (Baron Renfrew) Public School. A summer cottage north of the City, in the...
McWhirter
George McWhirter was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1939 and came to Canada via Spain in 1966. He taught high school in Port Alberni before going to UBC in 1968. He retired from the Creative...
Riverview
Sally Meadows is an award-winning author, speaker, and singer/songwriter who has lived many places across Canada and currently resides in New Brunswick. Her former work as a scientist, scientific...
Mississauga
Peacock in the Snow, Anubha’s debut novel, was an instant best-seller and launched in two countries- Canada and...
Maria Meindl’s novel, The Work, is forthcoming from Stonehouse Publishing in Fall 2019. She is the author of...
Toronto
Michael Melgaard is a Toronto-based author and editor. His debut story collection Pallbearing was published by House of Anansi in 2020. His stories have appeared in Joyland, Bad Nudes,...
Grande-Digue
Thomas Mengel is a leadership professor at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, an entrepreneur with his own consultancy, a futurist, and a writer. He journeys between and beyond times and...
Menzies
There is a connecting thread of sorts through all my rather diverse writings, from the truth and lies of national unity in my first book, The Railroad’s Not Enough (1978) to our transformation as...
North Saanich
For more than three decades George worked as a national park warden in Canada, including work in six national parks on both east and west coasts, the North and the Rocky Mountains.  Since retiring in...
Cobble Hill
Combining his interests in writing and biology, Don Meredith has forged a successful career as an outdoor writer and communications consultant. Born in Los Angeles, California, he came to Alberta in...
Merrell
My newest work is The Cake Princess, a novel for young adults with Macmillan US, slated for publication Spring 2011. As an artist in residence with the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and an artist-...

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