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Eve Zaremba

Eve Zaremba

Photo: Bev Allinson

Eve Zaremba is the author of six mystery novels and one work of feminist non-fiction. A number of her novels have been published in UK, German and China. She is a long-standing member of The Writers Union of Canada.
She lives in Toronto with her long-time partner Ottie Lockey who is a consultant to the performing arts (
They spend a part of each year in Vancouver.
Zaremba's current interests include making art from trash - objet trouve.
Eve Zaremba was born in Poland and emigrated to Canada in 1952 after a stint in the UK. She graduated from University of Toronto in 1963.

Active in the Women's Liberation Movement in the seventies and eighties, Zaremba was a founding member of Broadside, A Feminist Review published in Toronto from 1978 to 1988. She has written articles and reviews in a number of other publications.

Over the years Zaremba has made a living in advertising, marketing, real estate and publishing. Two of her novels were written while she owned and ran a used book store.


Butterfly Effect. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1994.
Uneasy Lies. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1990.
Beyond Hope. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1987.
Work for a Million. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1986.
A Reason to Kill. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1978 & 1989.
White Noise. Second Story Press, Toronto, 1997
Privilege of Sex, A Century of Canadian Women. Anansi Press, Toronto, 1972
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