“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
The Federal government is in the process of revising the Copyright Act. If you don’t think that matters to writers, … Continue reading Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow
What do you do when a lot of the reality you portray in your fiction does not take place in … Continue reading Writing Between Languages—by Veena Gokhale
I yawn and keep flicking through my virtual stack of submissions. I need one more piece that will not only … Continue reading How to Get Out of the Slush Pile—by Rachel Thompson
One Tuesday—or was it Wednesday? —I visited my parents. Written anything lately? asked my dad, during supper. I had. I … Continue reading Tuesday, or Was It Wednesday?—by Joshua Levy
Before I ever joined a magazine, or published a novel, for that matter, here’s how I imagined people who had … Continue reading Why I Loved Editing a Small Canadian Online Magazine, and Why I’m Leaving—by Laurence Miall
The Quebec Writers’ Federation hosted its 17th annual gala on November 18, 2015. Author Adam Leith Gollner opened the ceremony with this remarkable meditation on how a writer seesaws between isolation and community, and on what it means to be a writer, right here, right now.