Christine Arbour has been living in Québec city for many years but she remains a Gaspésie-native at heart and roots. A lover of the beauty of small things, passionate about travelling and architecture, her heart is resolutely turned towards little humans. In 2017, she published her first children?s books, Grandes roues et petits pois.
MC June is a slam poet, rapper, events host and organizer. He spent his youth in Montréal and its suburbs. His passion for words and for rhythmic improvisation (freestyle) developed quickly, and have been now part of his everyday life for over 15 years.
Sanita Fezjic is an award-winning Canadian Bosnian writer. Her first book Psychomachia, which means « fight of the soul » in Latin, was shortlisted for the Ken Klonsky short story contest, as well as for the Canada ReLit Prize 2018. Fezjic has published her poems and short stories in several Canadian literary magazines. In 2018, […]
Jennifer M. Smith is an author and an adventurer. She has lived on the water with her husband aboard Green Ghost for thirteen of the past twenty-three years while travelling extensively by sail. She currently lives a land-life in Burlington, Ontario.
Andrew Smith’s early family trips down Nova Scotia’s Tusket River sparked a lifelong love of canoeing. A retired teacher and the author of a number of magazine articles on canoeing in Nova Scotia, Andy lives in Central Argyle.
Simone Poirier-Bures is the author of three books. Her memoir That Shining Place won the 1996 Evelyn Richardson Award. Her essays and stories have appeared in dozens of literary magazines and anthologies in Canada, the United States, England, and Australia.
Robert Kalich is the author of several non-fiction books and two previous novels: The Investigation of Ariel Warning and The Handicapper, which was a national best-seller published by Crown. He co-founded a film production company, The Kalich Organization, with his twin brother Richard who is an internationally acclaimed author. He lives with his wife and […]
With a background in the sociology of science, political science and philosophy, Klaus Taschwer lives in Vienna and is the science editor of the Austrian newspaper Der Standard. He is the founding editor of the science magazine heureka!, the co-author of Konrad Lorenz. A Biography and recipient of the 2016 Austrian State Award for Scientific […]
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