Now is a time to gather disabled writers and our allies in direct community together. Writing practice shared in company … Continue reading Creating Community with Disabled Writers—By seeley quest
This self-isolation business is playing right into my hands. From the time I started thinking of myself as a writer, … Continue reading The Art of Connecting—By Joel Yanofsky
“We’re thinking of moving to the country,” I told mystery writer Louise Penny when I bumped into her at the … Continue reading Living and Writing in The Country—By Angela Leuck
I had the privilege of being an artist in residence in Mistissini, a community in northern Quebec, this February and … Continue reading Transcendence—by Francine Cunningham
It wasn’t reading the classics that convinced me to become a writer. My gateway drug to the world of letters was zines—cheap, photocopied, self-published magazines filled with their authors’ reflections on the world.
Continue reading From the Underground: A Writer’s Life with Zines by Jeff Miller
This year, Natalee will teach Sharanpal Ruprai’s “Seva” and Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer’s “All The Broken Things.” I have my … Continue reading Why I Teach Brand-New CanLit by Natalee Caple
Two hundred and fifty buzzing literati from across Canada – writers, storytellers, translators, booksellers, publishers, and directors of literary organizations – settled in at … Continue reading A Tale of Two Meetings by Lori Schubert