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Shaheen (also known in print as Wali Alam Shaheen, W. A. Shaheen, and occasionally by his former pen name Shaheen Ghazipuri) is the author of five collections of Urdu poetry, including Pushtara...
Vancouver
Cynthia Sharp is available for workshops and classroom visits. The author of Rainforest in Russet, The Light Bearers in the Sand Dollar Graviton and How to Write...
Cowichan Valley
I like that quote by Rob Delaney. I feel the same way. Sure, we can all paint extraordinary pictures of ourselves online, but in actual fact, most of us are pretty uncomplicated: we have annoying...
Aylmer
Ian Thomas Shaw is a Canadian novelist, who also writes under the pen name Con Cú (owl in Vietnamese). The pen name was derived from a nickname given to him by a Vietnamese friend, whose stories...
Theresa Shea is the author of The Unfinished Child, a novel about prenatal testing, Down syndrome, and love.  
Ottawa
'Off Centre' (Oberon 2004) Caroline Shepard’s debut collection of short fiction was short listed for the 2005 Danuta Gleed Award. Her short stories have appeared in Grain Magaizine, Room of One's Own...
Victor Shepherd was born in Edmonton, Alberta. He studied at the University of Toronto and at Aberdeen University. He was ordained to the ministry of the United Church of Canada in 1970 and has been...
Sheppard
Mary was born in Corner Brook, Nfld. She has spent more than 25 years in the media with Maclean's Magazine, CBC radio, the Women's Television Network and has taught journalism at Ryerson University...
Windsor
Hello! Vanessa, here. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you find my profile informative. Be sure to send me a message if you have any questions or if you're interested in working together! I...
Toronto
Leslie Shimotakahara’s memoir The Reading List was winner of the Canada-Japan Literary Prize in 2012. Her fiction has been a finalist for the K.M. Hunter Artist Award. She has a Ph.D. in...
Toronto, ON
Jocelyn Shipley was born in London, Ontario. She graduated from York University with a degree in psychology and has attended the Humber school for Writers. She writers for both the YA and Adult...
Shipley
Robert J.M. Shipley grew up in southern Ontario. He studied at University of Western Ontario and travelled before becoming an officer, first in the army then the navy. During four years, he served on...
Toronto
I was born in Toronto in 1945. I completed an Honours BA in French language and literature from the University of Toronto, an MA in Comparative Literature at Carleton University and a PhD in...
Madoc
Anne Shmelzer is an accomplished writer. Her award-winning memoir, The Night My Father Came Back from the War, which appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, served as a precursor to her...
Jacques Shore is a partner in the law firm of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP. A published writer of articles on legal issues and public policy, as well as a children's book, Mr. Shore is a member of...
Toronto
In another century, Ann Shortell was an award-winning non-fiction author. She published her debut novel CELTIC KNOT, the first of a series of Clara Swift Tales, in 2018. Each 'history with a mystery...
Chatham
My name is Craig Shreve. I was born and raised in North Buxton, Ontario, a small town that has been recognized by the Canadian government as a National Historic Site due to its former status as a...
Pender Island
Sandy Shreve has written, edited and/or co-edited eight books and two chapbooks. Her most recent poetry collection is Waiting for the Albatross (Oolichan Books, 2015). Her...
North Saanich
Born in Jaipur, Meenal Shrivastava now lives in British Columbia where she is a writer and a professor of political economy and global studies at Athabasca University. Her research on the...
Ottawa
Ottawa writer Barbara Sibbald's new collection of short fiction,The Museum of Possibilities (The Porcupines Quill, 2017), has garnered favourable review from Ottawa magazine  and ...

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