While the proverb assures us that practice makes perfect, writing and publishing are never without challenges. Anita Kushwaha knows this from experience.
If you didn’t already know her name from her essays and stories, you certainly know it now. This year may just be remembered as the year of Liz Harmer.
Onder Deligoz is the recipient of the 2018 PEN Canada-Humber College Writers-in-Exile Scholarship.
Lindsay Wong talks about her memoir, The Woo-Woo, and working with Humber writing mentor Jami Attenberg.
Joyce Grant talks about what she learned at Humber and our sister distance MA program at the University of Gloucestershire.
Carolyn Boll, a 2014 graduate of Humber’s Creative Writing program, talks about her new book of poetry.
Echoes from the Other Land Author, Ava Homa, to work with David Bezmozgis on new manuscript
Discover how bestselling author and lawyer Robert Rotenberg balances writing with practicing law.
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 alum Dace Zacs-Koury on the dark family secret that compelled her to write.
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.