Meet the winner of The Writers' Union of Canada's Short Prose Competition for the best story under 2,500 words, grad Deepam Wadds.
Humber School for Writers grad Anne Bishop on lambing, skunks, ticks, and winning awards.
Cathie Borrie on getting a book deal when no one wants to publish your book.
Humber School for Writers grad and author Gail Benick talks about her path to publication.
The Couple Next Door author Shari Lapena talks about overnight success after sixteen years.
Matt Mayr on writing science fiction: it's all about the characters.
Humber Writers alumna Karen Hill’s novel is being published posthumously, and the public is invited to the booklaunch.
Tips from newly published author Lynda Archer: keep on writing... and writing... and writing...
Humber grad and newly published author Jacqueline Markowitz talks about her new book, Conversations for Two.
Author and founder of the Humber School for Writers, Joe Kertes, is now Writer in Residence at the Richmond Hill Library.
Author Julie Whitley tells the story of a dream that's become a reality after 20 years.
Aneesha Dev, author of Stan's Jams, shares some insight into the pros and cons of self-publishing.