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|Member Since||September 24, 2008|
|Company||Carol Tulpar Enterprises|
|Bio||After graduating from The Writer’s Studio, a year-long Creative Writing Program at SFU, Carol served as a writing mentor for the six-year duration of SFU Surrey’s Southbank Writer's program. A voracious reader, she serves as Reviews Coordinator for the Whistler Independent Book Awards. She is working on a trilogy of historical novels set in Canada, Troubles era Ireland, and WWII London and Bletchley Park.|
|Publications||Essay “A Dog Has Just One bite,” in CanWrite! Short Story Contest Anthology, 2014, Richmond Hill, Ontario Humourous essay “The View from Planet ESL,” West Coast Editor, June 2010 “The Empowering Journey, a Personal Essay,” April, 2009, (ed Michael Cox) Poem “Two Coyotes,” Four and Twenty Poetry, . Vancouver, WA, USA. Nov – Dec 2008 “Roadside Shrines,” The International Journal of the Humanities. 3:3 2006, Common Ground Publishing, Melbourne, Australia|
|Other Memberships||Reviews Coordinator for Whistler Independent Book Awards (volunteer position) Creative Non-Fiction Collective, Federation of BC Writers, Historical Novel Society|
|Genres||Academic, Biography & Memoir, Educational, Fiction, History, Poetry, Short Stories|