Branch Members

Membership Advantages

Canadian Authors Members and Associates who belong to the Metro Vancouver Branch (Including Victoria):

    display (and sell) their books at our regular meetings and other events where the Metro Vancouver Branch has an exhibit; and
    have news about their books, prize-winning stories, published articles, poetry, and reviews on the Canadian Authors–Vancouver Facebook page

 

Learn More

Find out more about Canadian Authors Association membership at our meetings & workshops or visit the Canadian Authors national website Membership page for forms and information. Please indicate Metro Vancouver (Including Victoria) in the Branch Affiliation section of the membership application.

For a listing of Metro Vancouver Branch (Including Victoria) members, please visit the Member Site on the Canadian Authors National Website at http://canadianauthors.org/national/member-directory/ .

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News & Events

CA–Metro Vancouver News & Events

Whistler Independent Book Awards finalists announced.

NEXT EVENT:

FALL SEASON OPEN MIC: Wed Sep 11 from 7 – 9 pm. All are welcome. On-line pre-registration will be required, first come, first served. Online registration open here.

Save the date. Sept 29 at WORD Vancouver,  Canadian Authors presents a talk by Jonas Saul. Visit our table and learn more about what we do.

Featuring Vancouver Noir mystery writer Sam Wiebe on Wed Oct 9 and writer-editor Christina Myers at 7 p.m. on Wed Nov 13.

Our Annual General Meeting and winter social is scheduled for Mon Dec 2 at the Old Spaghetti Factory in New Westminster.

CA–Victoria News & Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

Fri Sep 6 from 5 to 7 pm: Writers Meet and Greet

Tue Oct 15 from 7 to 9 pm SPOTLIGHT Prose Open Mic, featuring Alfred Cool and Margaret Gracie

Tue Nov 19 from 7 to 9 pm SPOTLIGHT Prose Open Mic, featuring Laurel Deedrick-Mayne and Wallace George du Temple

 

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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.