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Hollay Ghadery is a biracial writer living in small-town Ontario. She has her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Guelph. Her fiction, non-fiction, and poetry have been published in various literary journals, including The Malahat Review, Room, The Antigonish Review, CAROUSEL, Grain, and ...
Louise Abbott, a McGill graduate, is a professional writer, photographer, and filmmaker. She has devoted most of her career to documenting the history and contemporary life of rural and indigenous communities, particularly in Quebec and Newfoundland, and has investigated environmental issues that af ...
Toronto
Elizabeth Abbott is a writer and historian with a special interest in social justice and women's issues, the treatment and lives of animals, and the environment. Before moving to Toronto in 1991, she lived in Montreal and Port-au-Prince. She has a doctorate from McGill University and is a Senior Res ...
Calgary, Cranbrook, Fernie, ...
Angie Abdou grew up in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. She has English degrees from University of Regina and University of Western Ontario. She is currently working on a Ph.D. at University of Calgary. Angie lives in Fernie, BC and teaches English at the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook.
Pointe Claire
Mark Abley is a nonfiction writer, poet, editor and sometime journalist. Born in 1955 in England, he grew up in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Between 1975 and 1978 he was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. In his early freelance career he became a contributing editor of Maclean's and Saturday Night, as well as ...
Vancouver
Iraqi-Canadian author Hasan Namir graduated from Simon Fraser University with a BA in English and received the Ying Chen Creative Writing Student Award. He is the author of God in Pink (2015), which won the Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Fiction and was chosen as one of the Top 100 Books of 2015 ...
Vancouver
Surrey & Sooke
HI! MY NAME IS MARGARET JEAN ADAM FLORCZAK. WELCOME TO MY TWUC WEBSITE. I write to explore the life experiences that create personal growth. Every person's life is interwoven with telling moments, times when humility, courage, kindness, incredible strength and commitment are revealed. I reclaimed ...
Marie has been a professor at Centennial College since 1982 where she has enjoyed teaching research, psychology, sociology, and biology. She has also served the College as a coordinator, acting Chair of the General Arts and Science Program, worked on many committees and as a researcher. Marie ear ...
Ottawa
Leisl Adams is a Director, Storyboard Artist and Illustrator. Born  in Hamilton, Ontario she graduated from the Classical Animation program at Sheridan College in 2002, then moved to Halifax Nova Scotia for a time to find her fortune. Since then she has worked in television and film storyboarding f ...
Vancouver
Caroline Adderson is the author of five novels (A History of Forgetting, Sitting Practice, The Sky Is Falling, Ellen in Pieces, A Russian Sister), two collections of short stories (Bad Imaginings, Pleased To Meet You). She is also the editor and co-contributor of a non-fiction book of essays and pho ...
Shuniah
Marion Agnew writes fiction and creative nonfiction from an office overlooking Lake Superior. 
Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, Parastu Ahang Mehdawi has been a prose poetry writer since a very young age. Her unique, descriptive style and colourful imagery, along with her hunger for first-person narratives, earned her the title of author. A Quest for Identity is her voice that offers a ladder to ...
Toronto
KJ Aiello is a Toronto-based disabled writer and mental health advocate. KJ's work, including essays, op-eds, and book reviews has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Chatelaine,This Magazine, Toronto Life, the Loop, Room Magazine and others. KJ was a moderator at the 41st Toronto International Fes ...
Toronto
Susan Aihoshi is a third-generation Japanese Canadian writer and editor, who was born and lives in Toronto. Her first book, Torn Apart: The Internment Diary of Mary Kobayashi, is based on the experiences of her own family members. 
Oakville
Ekiuwa Aire is a Nigerian-Canadian, award-winning cultural connector, and author living in Ontario, Canada. She is passionate about sharing positive stories on African history with children.
Toronto
Kelley Aitken is a writer and artist. Canadian Shield, a collection of short stories informed by the Canadian wilderness was launched by Tightrope books in August of 2016.  Her earlier collection, Love in a Warm Climate, The Porcupine’s Quill, ’98 was nominated for the Commonwealth prize, Best First ...
Ottawa
Stephen Aitken is an author, an award-winning artist/illustrator and science writer. Inspired by the wonders of nature. His articles and books have reached readers of all ages. Stephen has written and illustrated over 10 books on the impacts of climate change on living species. He has visited and st ...
Regina
Neil Aitken is the author of two books of poetry, Babbage’s Dream, a semi-finalist for the Anthony Hecht Prize, and The Lost Country of Sight, winner of the 2007 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry. His chapbook, Leviathan, won the 2017 Elgin Prize for Science Fiction Poetry. Of Chinese, Scottish, and En ...
Mississauga
Halifax
Don Aker began writing in 1988 after taking a course for language arts teachers at the Martha's Vineyard Summer Writing Workshops in Massachusetts, where educators were encouraged to write along with their students. His first short story, "The Invitation," was anthologized three times, won the 1989 ...
Montreal
Zsolt Alapi was born in Budapest, Hungary, lived in the United States, and came to Canada in 1971 as a draft resistor during the Vietnam War. He completed a PhD at McGill University and taught English and Humanities at Marianopolis College and Concordia University for 35 years. He also ran his own m ...
Thunder Bay
Award winning Canadian artist, Eleanor Albanese has spent her life immersed in theatre and writing. Her recent historical fiction novel published by Latitude 46 Publishing and titled "If Tenderness Be Gold" won first place in the category of First Novel with Next Generation Indie Book Awards.&n ...