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Vancouver
Marguerite Pigeon is a writer of fiction and poetry. A former journalist, she holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. Originally from Blind River, Northern Ontario,...
Caroline Pignat is the two-time Governor Generalʼs Award winning author of seven highly acclaimed novels. She writes contemporary YA, historical fiction, and free verse novels that dig into her...
*/ Lisa Pike was born in Windsor, Ontario. She studied in France, worked in Italy, and completed her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto. Her fiction and poetry have...
Leslie Hall Pinder was born in Saskatchewan in 1948. She earned a B.A. in English, with Distinction, in 1968. After travelling in Europe, she moved to Vancouver where she entered the Masters Program...
Waterloo
Mariam Pirbhai is a creative writer and academic. She is the author of a debut short story collection, Outside People and Other Stories (Inanna, 2017), which won the 2018 IPPY Gold Medal in...
Rutherglen
Steve Pitt has been a freelance writer for more than 30 years. He is the author of eight books and hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles. In 1980 he won the top Periodical Distributors Author’s...
Toronto
Jaclyn Piudik is the author of To Suture What Frays (Kelsay Books 2017) and two chapbooks, Of Gazelles Unheard (Beautiful Outlaw 2013) and The Tao of Loathliness (fooliar...
Monique Polak combines a busy life as a YA author, freelance journalist and CEGEP teacher. She is the author of 11 novels for young adults. Her historical novel, What World Is Left, won the Quebec...
Hazelton
Graeme Pole has been writing professionally since 1989. He is the best-selling author and photographer of thirteen books that describe the human history and the natural history of western Canada, and...
Yellowknife
I stumbled into a writing career when I made a stop in Hay River, NWT, in January, 1979, during a cross-Canada hitchhiking journey. I had all my worldly possessions in a knapsack on my back, was...
One Bucket Creek
Al Pope is a Yukon author, journalist, and farmer. His work has appeared in such diverse publications as The Antigonish Review, Canadian Dimension, and Small Farms Canada. He won...
Saskatoon
Alexandra Popoff is a former Moscow journalist and Alfred Friendly Press Partners fellow. She is the author of literary biographies, including the award-winning Sophia Tolstoy and V...
St. John’s, NFLD
Helen Fogwill Porter was born on May 8, 1930 in St. John's, Newfoundland and is the eldest child of Robert and Evelyn (Horwood) Fogwill. She is still living in St. John's. She was educated at...

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