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Writers helping writers since 1921 is more than our motto.

Canadian Authors–Metro Vancouver (Including Victoria) belongs to the national Canadian Authors Association, which is dedicated to promoting a flourishing community of writers and to encouraging works of literary and artistic merit. We offer resources and opportunities to aspiring, emerging, and professional writers who are keen to hone their writing and business skills, network with others, and thrive in a community of like-minded professionals. 

Updated May 13, 2020
SPECIAL NOTICE:
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we continue to follow government guidelines and are joining other Canadian businesses and organizations in suspending Canadian Authors–Metro Vancouver meetings until further notice. We hope to resume our meetings in the fall.
Please check our website or subscribe to our newsletter for updates.

We are writers helping writers—since 1921. Visit the Canadian Authors Association national website. It’s loaded with program information, literary news, an events calendar, and other writing-related resources.

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Whistler Independent Book Awards
This year’s  WIBA submissions were accepted until April 30, 2020. Entries are now being evaluated and the shortlist will be announced June 1, 2020.

Updated Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Special notice:
Due to the COVID 19 outbreak, we continue to follow government guidelines and are joining other Canadian businesses and organizations in suspending Canadian Authors–Metro Vancouver meetings until further notice. We hope to resume our meetings in the fall.
Please check our website or subscribe to our newsletter for updates.
We are writers helping writers – since 1921. For more on writing, visit Canadian Authors national website.

 

CA–Victoria News & Events

CA-Victoria has also suspended all meetings and presentations until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

 

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DID YOU KNOW?

Historic Joy Kogawa House, the home from which author Joy Kogawa’s family was displaced in 1942, is run by a not-for-profit organization. The house now serves as a cultural and heritage centre, a site of healing and reconciliation, and a place for author residencies.