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CAA Annual General Meeting on June 29, 2024

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Check out our latest media release for Canadian Authors’ response to the recent Federal Court ruling against Access Copyright in the legal action involving the Ontario school boards and provincial/territorial education ministries (except for British Columbia and Quebec) at Media Releases | Canadian Authors Association.

Catch the Next Canadian Authors/SF Canada Wednesday Webinar on June 29

Canadian Authors partnership with SF Canada continues into 2024, and we’re excited to present yet another year of engaging and informative webinars.

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Member News

P.L. Stuart

P.L. Stuart (Member at Large) is thrilled to announce the release of The Last of the Atalanteans (published by FriesenPress),...
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Nancy M. Bell

Nancy M. Bell's (Member at Large) new novel Kayla's Cowboy will be released in November 2022 by BWL Publishing Inc....
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Catherine Little

Catherine Little‘s (Toronto Branch) picture book, Twelve in a Race (Plumleaf Press), illustrated by Sae Kimura and published March 30,...
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Mark Vulliamy

Mark Vulliamy (BC Branch) will read from his novel Through Thorns on December 13 at the Vancouver Public Library Writers...
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Ifeoma Chinwuba

Ms. Ifeoma Chinwuba (National Capital Region) has been appointed Writer-in-Residence, 2021-2022, of the English and Film Studies Department at the...
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Gerald Richardson Brown

Gerald Richardson Brown (Metro Vancouver) has finished his trilogy of three books linked by the contents of a sea chest...
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James R.D. Hilton

James R.D. Hilton (Member at Large) is delighted to announce the release of his debut novel, Into the Known Universe: A Cosmic...
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Jerena Tobiasen

Jerena Tobiasen (BC Branch) is delighted to announce the release of her fourth novel, Tsarina’s Crown, the first story in The Nightingale...
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Robert W. Mackay

Robert W. Mackay (BC Branch) has sold his manuscript, set in Canada's war in Korea from 1950 - 1953. Now...
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Carmel M. Toussaint

Carmel M. Toussaint (Toronto Branch) is pleased to announce her new book, Humanity’s Struggles with Inequality: More Inequality Divides – Less Inequality...
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Anne M. Smith-Nochasak

Anne M. Smith-Nochasak’s (Member at Large) second novel, The Ice Widow: A Story of Love and Redemption, was released November 2022....
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John Van Rys

John Van Rys (Niagara Branch) has won the 2022 Prairie Fire MRB Short Fiction Contest. His winning story, "Excavations," will be published...
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Doreen Vanderstoop

Doreen Vanderstoop (Member at Large), author of Watershed, will participate in an online panel as part of Talking Fresh 2022,...
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Christine Topjian

Christine Topjian (Toronto Branch) has been awarded the eLit Awards 2022 Bronze Medal for her children’s book, The Chrissie Series:...
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Bill Arnott

Bill Arnott’s (BC) new travel memoir, Gone Viking II: Beyond Boundaries, the sequel to his award-winning bestseller Gone Viking: A...
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Sylvia Barnard

Sylvia Barnard (Niagara) from Penetanguishene, Ontario is pleased to announce the publication of her début novel, Rhubarb, Strawberries, and Willows,...
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Tamel Wino

Tamel Wino’s (Metro Vancouver Branch) debut book, Ekleipsis, which was released on December 18th 2020, has won a Reader Views bronze award...
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Doley Henderson

Doley Henderson (Toronto Branch) is thrilled to share that she won the 2023 Eden Mills Writers' Festival (EMWF) Creative Nonfiction...
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Liz Rachel Walker

Liz Rachel Walker (BC Branch) was runner-up in the 2022 Debut Dagger competition, offered by the UK Crime Writers' Association...
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Vanessa Farnsworth

Vanessa Farnsworth (Member at Large) will be teaching a series of free genealogy workshops at libraries throughout the Kootenays this fall....
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Tina Kamakaris

Tina Kamakaris’s (Toronto) publishing company, Owl Publishing, is pleased to announce one of their authors, A. H. Nedani, has won...
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TP Wood

TP Wood (Member at Large) celebrates the launch of his debut novel, 77° North, at the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia...
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Suparna Ghosh

Suparna Ghosh (Toronto Branch) invites you to take a short ride with her through her blog series at https://suparnaghosh.com/2023/02/07/past-months-in-my-blind-spot/.
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Kelly Allers

Kelly Allers (BC), a young family man with a dream of becoming a career fantasy novelist, has self-published his first book...
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Doug Jordan

Doug Jordan (National Capital Region) has published his latest novel, The Treasure of Stella Bay, a nostalgia trip for anyone...
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JoAnn Catania

JoAnn Catania (Toronto) is happy to announce the release of the audiobook version of her novel, A Scarcity of Virgins,...
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Nina Shoroplova

Nina Shoroplova’s (Metro Vancouver Branch) book, Legacy of Trees: Purposeful Wandering in Vancouver’s Stanley Park (Heritage House Publishing, 2020), is a finalist for...
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Samreen Ahsan

Samreen Ahsan (Toronto Branch), international award-winning author, is pleased to announce her third book in the [Stolen] Series, Once Upon A [Broken] Time....
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Carolyn Trickey-Bapty

Carolyn Trickey-Bapty's (Member at Large) new book To My Boy Baby is her first foray into children’s literature. In a...
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Aaron S. Bayley

Aaron S. Bayley (Toronto) recently published his first book, Why Baseball Is A Sport and Golf Is Not: Separating the...
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Elaine Cougler

Elaine Cougler (Member at Large) will be interviewing Stephen Leacock medal winner and Canadian icon Terry Fallis at “An Evening...
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Lise Mayne (pen name LG Pomerleau)

Lise Mayne, pen name LG Pomerleau, (Member at Large) has a poem entitled “Take Ten”, about the life and untimely death of...
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Purabi Sinha Das

Purabi Sinha Das (Toronto Branch) is thrilled to announce her debut novel, Moonlight – The Journey Begins, is a book...
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Christopher Butt

Christopher Butt (Niagara Branch) has been shortlisted for the Dark Winter Literary Magazine 1st Anniversary Contest, for “Shortlist Saturdays: A...
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Betty Guenette

Betty Guenette (Member at Large) will have her mystery novel, A Burning We Will Die, available April 19 through Renaissance...
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Erin MacNair

Erin MacNair (BC Branch) won first place in the 2023 PRISM International Grouse Grind Very Short Lit award for “No...
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Jean Van Loon

Jean Van Loon’s (National Capital Region) second poetry book, Nuclear Family, was published in April 2022 by McGill-Queen's University Press....
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Nduka Otiono

Nduka Otiono (National Capital Region Branch) has been shortlisted for the Archibald Lampman Award for poetry for his new collection...
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Anne Lazurko

Anne Lazurko’s (Member at Large) novel What Is Written on the Tongue (ECW Press, 2022) was shortlisted for the $20,000...
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Susan J. Atkinson

Susan J. Atkinson (National Capital Region Branch) will join five award-winning Ottawa Poets to finally celebrate their debut collections in...
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Nancy Chislett

Nancy Chislett (Member at Large), author of Bombing the Moon, will be doing a Book Chat with the Manitoba Writers’...
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Pamela Dillon

Pamela Dillon’s (Member at Large) poem, When Love Drifts, will be published in the early winter issue (2022) of The...
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Darlene Madott

Darlene Madott (Toronto Branch) invites you to the launch of Winners and Losers (Guernica Editions) on Sunday, April 30, at...
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John Passfield

John Passfield (Toronto Branch), author of Glenn Gould: Light and Dark (Rocks Mills Press), recently posted his 200th video-reading on...
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Maureen Young

Maureen Young (BC Branch) is pleased to announce the publication of her books, Sunny and the Border Patrol and Sunny...
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Jolie Phuong Hoang

Jolie Phuong Hoang (Niagara Branch) will be reading from her nonfiction book, Three Funerals for My Father: Love, Loss and...
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Renee Sarojini Saklikar

Join award-winning author, Renee Sarojini Saklikar (BC Branch), for the launch of her new book, Bramah's Quest, an epic fantasy...
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Anne Kathleen McLaughlin

Anne Kathleen McLaughlin's (National Capital Region Branch) novel Singing the Dawn is now available for online orders HERE. A small...
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Mike Phelan

Mike Phelan (BC) is pleased to announce the October 2021 launch of his historical fiction novel, The Secret of Bell...
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Vera Constantineau

Vera Constantineau (Member at Large), Poet Laureate of Greater Sudbury, presented a reading as part of an 'International Voices' presentation...
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Julie Wise

Julie Wise (BC Branch) recently had a poem published on the “Writing in A Woman's Voice” online blog. You can...
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Sharon Frayne

The Sound of a Rainbow, a new novel by Sharon Frayne (Niagara Branch), has received CBC Books Recommendations for YA...
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Melanie Marttila

Melanie Marttila (Member at Large) is pleased to announce that her short story, "Psychopomps Are Us", will appear in the...
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Rita Miceli

Rita Miceli (Niagara Branch) launches Giaci and Me: A Mother's Journey of Loving and Raising an Autistic Child on March...
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Wendy Sarkissian

Wendy Sarkissian’s (BC Branch) memoir Creeksong: One Woman Sings the Climate Blues has made it to #1 Amazon Bestseller in...
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K.S. Covert

K.S. Covert's (National Capital Region Branch) debut novel, The Petting Zoos, will be released May 24 in Canada (June 21...
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D. Neil Elliott

D. Neil Elliott’s (BC) book, A Higher Road, was recently published and is available on Amazon and in bookstores. A Higher...
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May Q. Wong

May Q. Wong (BC) is honoured to share her contribution to the new 4-part series, BLK: An Origin Story, launched...
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Jeffrey Kippel and Mindy Blackstien

Attention wordsmiths! Jeffrey Kippel and Mindy Blackstien (Toronto Branch) don't want you to miss out on the new audiobook version...
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Lana M. H. Guzman

Lana M. H. Guzman (Toronto Branch) is pleased to announce her new short stories “The Countryside Stories: Johnny is Finalizing...
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Rick Prashaw

Rick Prashaw (National Capital Region Branch) is being hosted by Pembroke Library to give a Pride talk, celebrating solidarity with...
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Yvonne Van Lankveld

Yvonne Van Lankveld (Niagara Branch) is thrilled to launch her second novel, The Park Street Secrets, at the Lincoln Pelham...
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Catherine Graham

Catherine Graham’s (Toronto Branch) ninth book, Put Flowers Around Us and Pretend We’re Dead: New and Selected, appears this April....
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Deborah Cannon

Deborah Cannon’s (Toronto Branch) story “Tang’s Christmas Miracle”, first published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Christmas in Canada (2014), was selected...
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Sophie Jai

Sophie Jai’s (Toronto Branch) Wild Fires, the 2023 Fred Kerner Book Award Winner, has also been longlisted for the 2023...
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Christopher Canniff

Christopher Canniff‘s (Toronto Branch) audiobook of Intervals of Hope (Blue Denim Press, 2021) is now available. The amazing voice talent...
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Christine Bergsma

Christine Bergsma (Toronto) converted a screenplay that was listed as a semi-finalist in the Austen Film Festival into a historical...
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Maria Saba

Maria Saba (National Capital Region), an Ottawa-based writer, Storyteller, and arts educator was awarded the 2021 Wallace Stegner Grant for...
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Hasib Iftekhar

Hasib Iftekhar (Toronto) received big applause for his poetry recital at Willowdale Winterfest on January 30, 2022. Voiceover for audiobooks...
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Hope West

Hope West (BC Branch) welcomes you to the Forest of Consciousness, our mysterious inner landscape where hints and metaphors introduce...
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Lorrie Potvin

Lorrie Potvin’s (National Capital Region) follow-up memoir to First Gear - A Motorcycle Memoir (2015), Horses in the Sand, is being published...
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Marc Todd

Marc Todd (Niagara Branch) is delighted to announce that his horror/thriller fiction novel Chains has now been published and is available for sale...
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Keith Inman

Keith Inman (Niagara Branch) participated in a Poets and Painters Reveal at the Niagara Falls Public Library April 30. The...
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Arwinder Kaur

Arwinder Kaur (BC Branch) is Tellwell Publishing’s Author of the Month for July 2023. Arwinder's debut novel, Living While Human, has won...
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Guglielmo D’Izzia

Guglielmo D’Izzia (Toronto) is pleased to announce that his debut novel, The Transaction, has won the 2021 IPPY Awards Silver Medal in...
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Aubrey Kagan

Aubrey Kagan (Toronto Branch) is pleased to announce the publication of his first non-technical book, his mother’s “autobiography”, entitled A...
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Dorothee Komangapik

Dorothee Komangapik (Member at Large) is pleased to announce the release of her book, Ukuaq: A Woman's Arctic Memoir (Crowe Creations,...
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Jane Baird Warren

Jane Baird Warren’s (Member at Large) debut middle grade novel, How to Be a Goldfish (Scholastic, 2022), has been named...
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Bill Waiser

Bill Waiser’s (Member at Large) latest book, In Search of Almighty Voice: Resistance and Reconciliation, was launched at the One...
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Marilyn Boyle Taylor

Marilyn Boyle Taylor, poet /songwriter Marilyn Boyle, (Toronto Branch) has recently published her first novel, Dream's End:  A Tale of...
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Richard Tattoni

Richard Tattoni (Niagara Branch) has published work this past year available through his website and through Amazon. Besides the publication...
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Genni Gunn

Genni Gunn’s (BC Branch) novel Tracing Iris has been published in Italian as Alla Ricerca di Iris by Les Flâneurs...
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Wei Djao

Wei Djao’s (Toronto Branch) second edition of her book A Humanist Path: Confucius and Lao Zi for Today was published by...
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Gwen Tuinman

Gwen Tuinman (Toronto Branch) has just signed a deal with Random House Canada for publication of her latest historical novel,...
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Lori Hahnel

Lori Hahnel’s (Member at Large) fifth book is forthcoming from University of Calgary Press’ Brave & Brilliant Series on September...
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Maurice Suwa

Maurice Suwa (Affiliate Member) is pleased to announce the publication of The Great White Knot, his fun Canada-themed Puzzle book....
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Todd H. William

Todd H. William (Toronto Branch) has won first place in the general category of the 2023 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards...
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Donalee Moulton

The official launch of Donalee Moulton's (Member at Large) new mystery, Hung Out to Die, will take place on Sunday,...
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Peter Freeman

Peter Freeman (BC Branch) is pleased that his fifth book, Deadly Delivery, with be published in March 2023 by Adelaide...
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Karen Schauber

Karen Schauber is pleased to announce that CAA Vancouver Writers Circle has an opening for a new member. Like them,...
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Ken McGoogan

Having published five books on Arctic exploration, Ken McGoogan (Toronto Branch) is finding answers in the north. Searching for Franklin,...
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Jean Baker

Jean Baker (Niagara Branch) is delighted to announce her historical fiction novel Albatross Hall has now been published by Friesen Press. Available...
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Raymond Beauchemin

Raymond Beauchemin (Member at Large) will read from his new book, The Emptiest Quarter, a collection of novellas set in...
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Linda Walsh

Linda Walsh’s (Toronto Branch) novel, At Half-Light A Story of Tango and Memory, has been released through Kenton Road Press.
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Eleonore Schönmaier

Eleonore Schönmaier (Member at Large) will launch her poetry collection, Wavelengths of Your Song/Wellenlängen deines Liedes (McGill-Queen's University Press /parasistenpresse), in German...
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Naomi Eliana Pommier Steinberg

Naomi Eliana Pommier Steinberg (Metro Vancouver) held a book reading and storytelling event for Goosefeather: Once Upon a Cartographic Adventure,...
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David Finnie

David Finnie's (Toronto Branch) unpublished manuscript, “Unrewarded Risks”, is a finalist in the Page Turner Awards. “Unrewarded Risks” follows Samuel...
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Nan Williamson

Nan Williamson (Peterborough) will have her poem, "Poets Practice In These Times", published by Dreamers Creative Writing Magazine in their next...
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Jennifer Harris

Jennifer Harris (Peterborough Branch) is thrilled to declare the publication of her new book Whisper Their Names: The journey to...
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Margaret Lynch

Margaret Lynch (Toronto Branch) had an essay published in The Examined Life Journal, Vol. 11, a literary anthology produced by...
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Liisa Kovala

Liisa Kovala (Member at Large) won first prize in Geist’s 18th Annual Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest. Her story, “Surveillance”,...
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Susan Mockler

Susan Mockler’s (Member at Large) memoir, Fractured, detailing her experiences of acquired physical disability following a car accident that left...
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Lucian Childs

Lucian Childs (Toronto Branch) has had his debut novel-in-stories, Dreaming Home (Biblioasis), favorably reviewed in The New York Times. Kia Corthron calls...
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Suzanne Craig-Whytock

Suzanne Craig-Whytock's (Toronto Branch) latest novel, Charybdis, (March 2024, JC Studio Press), is now available for purchase at https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0CW1MD9ZZ/?tag=a_fwd-20. Follow Greta Randall, a...
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Carol L. MacKay

Carol L. MacKay (Metro Vancouver) has been announced the winner of the 2020 SCBWI Magazine Merit Award for Poetry for her...
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Scott Overton

On September 30, Scott Overton (Member at Large) published his 6th novel, Indigent Earth, a science fiction adventure with a...
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Jass Aujla

Jass Aujla (Toronto Branch) invites you to the launch of Next of Twin (SparkPress) on May 21, at the Indigo bookstore in the...
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Patrick Connors

Patrick Connors (Toronto Branch) poem, "Darkness", is the featured poem in the current issue of Canadian Stories magazine. His newest...
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Tonya Liburd

Tonya Liburd (Toronto) has been interviewed by the folks over at What's In The Box podcast, https://telluswhatsinthebox.podbean.com/e/ep-36-soucouyants-guest-tonya-liburd/. "Settle in with...
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Cathalynn Labonté-Smith and Frances Peck

Cathalynn Labonté-Smith and Frances Peck (BC Branch) will read and discuss tales of disaster and rescue, real and imagined, in...
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Samar Samir Mezghanni

Samar Samir Mezghanni’s (National Capital Region Branch) novel Things (in Arabic) was featured on CNN prime time with Becky Anderson...
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Hanna Park

Hanna Park's (Toronto) debut novel, Finding Tiegan, is now available to the big wide world. Published by The Wild Rose...
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Janice Barrett

Janice Barrett’s (Niagara Branch) book, Authorized Cruelty, will be released on October 1, 2023, by Blue Denim Press.
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D.F. Whibley

One Arctic Night by D.F. Whibley (Member at Large) of Montreal, QC, has won The Canadian Book Club Award for...
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Jane Callen

Jane Callen (BC Branch) can be heard discussing her novel, Bernini's Elephant, on the Writers Radio recent podcast at https://writersradio.ca/podcasts/P078-jane-callen/.
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Kieran Egan

Kieran Egan's (BC), first novel, Tenure, has been published by NeWest Press. An entertaining comic campus thriller, in which a drug...
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Tara K. Torme

Tara K. Torme (BC Branch) has published two new books this year, Ite, Missa Est Volume II and In Conversation...
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Seye Oloruntoba

Seye Oloruntoba (Toronto Branch) is thrilled to announce her new young reader's book, Who Will Wear the Crown?, has just...
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Christopher Gorman

Christopher Gorman’s (Toronto) latest short story, Finding Balance, is featured in an anthology titled Dreaming the Goddess, now available on...
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Anna V. Leigh

Anna V. Leigh (Toronto) is delighted to make her authorial debut with The Russian Girl: A Noir Romance. The novel tells the...
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Kathleen Jones

Kathleen Jones (Toronto Branch) is excited to announce the publication of her second novel, The War on Sarah Morris. This...
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Mike Mulcahy

Mike Mulcahy (Metro Vancouver) has released his first cookbook entitled Feast On This: A Collection of Inspired Recipes & Life Stories That...
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R. J. Hore

R. J. Hore's (Member at Large) final omnibus volume, #4 of The Housetrap Chronicles, featuring the novellas in his fantasy...
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Willie Handler

Willie Handler (Toronto) is thrilled to announce the release of his latest black comedy crime thriller Deep Into the Weeds,...
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Karen Gansel

Karen Gansel’s (Niagara Branch) family drama, The Inheritance, was published in October 2022 and is available through Amazon.ca (eBook and...
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Rebecca St. Pierre

Rebecca St. Pierre (Member at Large), a freelance writer and photographer, is pleased to announce her poem about the war...
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K. R. Wilson

K. R. Wilson’s (Toronto) tragical-historical-comical novel Call Me Stan: A Tragedy in Three Millennia — in which a self-described immortal...
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Frances Peck

Frances Peck (BC Branch) will launch her new novel, Uncontrolled Flight, at Audreys Books in Edmonton at 7:00 pm on...
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Kamal Parmar

Kamal Parmar (BC Branch), Poet Laureate of Nanaimo, is launching her newly published poetry book, Vanishing into the Blue, at...
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John Bennett

John Bennett (BC) is excited to announce the publication of his first book, Wakan Tanka: On Human Origins, Spirituality and the Meaning...
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Susan Wadds

Susan Wadds (Member at Large) is proud to share a remarkable review of her debut novel, What the Living Do...
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Frances Boyle

Frances Boyle’s (National Capital Region) third poetry book, Openwork and Limestone, was published by Frontenac House in October 2022. After fall...
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C. Fitton

C. Fitton (Toronto Branch) is excited to announce the publication of her debut novel, Her Dead Boyfriend, a gripping thriller...
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Adam Smith

Adam Smith (Toronto Branch) is pleased to announce the completion of his mystery trilogy entitled, The Freedom Flaw. These three novels...
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Richard Pyves

Richard Pyves’ (Toronto) book, Sir John James Taylor De Facto Ruler of Ireland: Assistant Under-Secretary of Ireland 1918-1920, is available...
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Louise Rachlis

Louise Rachlis (National Capital Region Branch) has had her story “Technology 101” selected for inclusion in Chicken Soup for the...
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Pamela Paterson

The novel Take Me Back to Cairo by bestselling author Pamela Paterson (National Capital Region) and Tarek Hussein is “compelling and heartwarming”,...
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Malak K. Chehab

Malak K Chehab’s poetry collection, Perfectly Flawed, made the finalist list for the 2023 Canadian Book Club Awards. Malak wants...
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Andrew Palmer

Andrew Palmer's (Toronto Branch) debut literary novel, The Bridge, is receiving fantastic critical reviews. From Indiereader.com, to Reedsy, and OnlineBookClub.org, this...
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Barbara Black

Barbara Black (BC Branch) won First Prize in the Fiction category of the Sunshine Coast Writers and Editors Society (SCWES)...
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Frank Spezzano

Frank Spezzano’s (Toronto) new book, Desires... Of Love, will be released in December 2021. Stay tuned for more details on his...
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Gordon K. Jones

Gordon K. Jones's (Toronto Branch) novel, Saving Tiberius, has been translated into Arabic and is being promoted by Bookland Press...
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Martin Neil Campbell

Martin Neil Campbell’s (Toronto) second published book Essential Life Behaviors (January 2022, Core Driver Press) is available on Amazon. It...
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Jason Waddle

Jason Waddle’s (Member at Large) second book, Falling Through the Cracks, will be released on January 6, 2023.
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Barbara Wade Rose

Barbara Wade Rose's (Toronto) middle-grade children's (and childish adults') book, MARABEL or The Great Exception, was published in November: the adventures...
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JF Garrard

JF Garrard (Toronto), a Toronto-based publisher/writer/editor, has created an ongoing podcast about writing and publishing, "The Artsy Raven," which is released bi-weekly. Writers...
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Monique Layton

Monique Layton’s (Metro Vancouver) book, Everyday Evil: Why Our World Is the Way It Is (Tidewater Press, 2019), was a finalist for the...
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James Arnett

James Arnett’s (Toronto Branch) novel Bean Fate was reviewed in the Winnipeg Free press. See full review HERE.
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Jacquie Dankner

Jacquie Dankner’s (Member at Large) debut novel Unscented, a paranormal, romantic suspense (self-published through FriesenPress), is now available for purchase...
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Ken Puddicombe

Author/ Poet Ken Puddicombe’s (Toronto Branch) collection of short stories, Down Independence Boulevard and Other Stories, was awarded the 2022...
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Joyce Goodwin

Joyce Goodwin (BC Branch) is launching her poetry book, Fragments: A Poetry Mosaic, at St. Clement's Church in Lynn Valley,...
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Susan Sommers

Susan Sommers (Toronto Branch) is thrilled to announce the release of her new audiobook, The Magic of Walking: Your Guide...
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Rosanna Battigelli

Rosanna Micelotta Battigelli's (Toronto Branch) Pigeon Soup & Other Stories (Inanna Publications, 2021) was honoured as a Finalist in the 2022 International Book...
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Kathleen S. Schmitt

Kathleen S. Schmitt's (BC) novel Magnificat will be published in the spring of 2022 by Inanna Publications in Toronto. Her...
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Dr. Ian Prattis

Dr. Ian Prattis (National Capital Region) has a new poetry book coming out in the spring of 2022 called Four...
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Michael Gates

Michael Gates (Member at Large) celebrated the launch of his seventh book, Hollywood in the Klondike (Harbour Publishing), with about...
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