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|Member Since||October 25, 2017|
|Bio||Bruce Madole has had a lifelong passion for the crime and mystery genres. A regular attendee of Brian Henry’s writing workshops, as well as Nicola Ross’s ‘Write on the French’ (mentors: Oakland Ross, Susan Scott, and Alison Pick). Bruce recently completed his fourth unpublished novel. He won the John Kenneth Galbraith Literary Award for 2017 (How to Make a BLT), and has had four stories in the semi-final list. He has previously been published in the Toronto Star Short Story contest. A practicing wordsmith since 1979, Bruce is also an award-winning songwriter and a poet.|
|Other Memberships||SOCAN Canadian Association of Management Consultants Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Folk Music Ontario|
|Awards||OCFF Songs From the Heart and Galaxie Rising Stars of the CBC Award, 2009 (with David Leask) John Kenneth Galbraith Literary Award, 2017|
|Genres||Fiction, Humour & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Nonfiction, Poetry, Speculative, Technical, Travel|
|Available For||Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements|
|Services Offered||Book Reviews, Copywriting, Corporate Writing, Editing, Freelance Writing, Ghostwriting, Manuscript Reading & Consultation, Research, Storytelling|