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Deepam Wadds

Meet the winner of The Writers' Union of Canada's Short Prose Competition for the best story under 2,500 words, grad Deepam Wadds.

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Anne Bishop

Humber School for Writers grad Anne Bishop on lambing, skunks, ticks, and winning awards.

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The Long Hello by Cathie Borrie

Cathie Borrie on getting a book deal when no one wants to publish your book.

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The Girl Who Was Born That Way by Gail Benick

Humber School for Writers grad and author Gail Benick talks about her path to publication.

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Shari Lapena

The Couple Next Door author Shari Lapena talks about overnight success after sixteen years.

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Mat Mayr, author of Bad City

Matt Mayr on writing science fiction: it's all about the characters.

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Karen Hill Posthumous Book Launch

Humber Writers alumna Karen Hill’s novel is being published posthumously, and the public is invited to the booklaunch.

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Lynda Archer: Keep On Writing...

Tips from newly published author Lynda Archer: keep on writing... and writing... and writing...

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Jacqueline Markowitz

Humber grad and newly published author Jacqueline Markowitz talks about her new book, Conversations for Two.

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Joe Kertes Writer in Residence

Author and founder of the Humber School for Writers, Joe Kertes, is now Writer in Residence at the Richmond Hill Library.

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Julie Whitley on Dreams

Author Julie Whitley tells the story of a dream that's become a reality after 20 years.

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Stan's Jams book cover

Aneesha Dev, author of Stan's Jams, shares some insight into the pros and cons of self-publishing. 

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