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|Member Since||September 24, 2008|
|Company||Carol Tulpar Enterprises|
|Bio||A lover of words and sentences, Carol published poetry, essays and short stories. She is currently seeking representation for her novel. The Habit of Secrecy links contemporary Canada with wartime London and the WWII codebreaking centre of Bletchley Park. Carol is a graduate of The Writers’ Studio at Simon Fraser University, and has been a mentor for Southbank Writer’s Program in Surrey since its inception in 2012.|
|Publications||“Earth Abides” (poem) Victoria, BC: Island Dreams 2004 “Something of Value in Reading” (essay) Vancouver, BC: Hastings Bridge, Simon Fraser University No 5/2005 “Roadside Shrines” (essay) Melbourne, Australia: International Journal of the Humanities Common Ground Publishing Vol 3/No 3 2005/2016 “A Debt Repaid” (poem) Victoria, BC Island Dreams The Poetry Institute of Canada Victoria, BC: 2008 “The Third Leg of the Stool” Online: Coastline Journal (ed. Michael J.S. Cox) 2009 “Not the Naughties” Surrey, BC: Surrey Spotlight on the Arts, Surrey Arts Council 2009 “On Parliament Hill” (essay) Fergus, Ontario: Canadian Stories The Gentle Edge Publishing Co. Ltd. 2010 “The View from Planet ESL” Vancouver, BC: West Coast Editor 2010 “The Soldier and the Angel” (essay) Vancouver, BC: Emerge 2011: The Writer’s Studio Anthology SFU Writing and Publishing Program 2011 “The X Madam” (humour) Vancouver, BC: National Voices Canadian Authors’ Association, Vancouver 2012 “A Dog Has Just One Bite” (essay) Richmond Hill, Ontario: CanWrite! Short Story Contest Anthology 2013/2014 “The Nass Road” (short story) Richmond Hill, Ontario: CanWrite! Short Story Contest Anthology 2013/2014 “Dangerous Crossing” Victoria, BC: National Voices 2014 Canadian Authors Vancouver 2014 “Canadian Stories have Roots Around the World” Online: Government of Canada 2016 http://www.canadiancontentconsultations.ca/stories/stories/canadian-stories-have-roots-around-the-world Book Review: The House of Wives, New Westminster, BC: by Simon Choa Johnston Topic, a Section of The Anglican Journal Diocese of New Westminster 2017 https://www.dropbox.com/s/hji80omby0adedx/05_2017%20Topic_finalforprint2.pdf?dl=0 “I am Canadian” (essay) Salmon Arm, BC: Word on the Lake Anthology (sponsored Askew Foods) 2017|
|Other Memberships||Canadian Nonfiction Collective Society, CNFC|
|Contests||“Berry Picking” First Prize Cecilia Lamont Literary Contest 2006 “The Nass Road” (short story) Second Prize CanWrite! Short Story Contest 2014 “A Dog Has Just One Bite” Honourable Mention CanWrite! Short Contest 2014 “Dangerous Crossing” Third Prize Canadian Authors Vancouver Short Story Contest 2014 “I am Canadian” Second Prize Word on the Lake Contest 2017|
|Genres||Academic, Biography & Memoir, Educational, Fiction, History, Poetry, Short Stories|