Claire’s Head combines mystery and neurology in the story of two sisters linked by their experience of migraines.In The Rules of Engagement, a contemporary woman contends with the psychological aftermath of a duel fought over her, and in Minus Time, the daughter of a Canadian astronaut confronts the strangeness of having a mother in space.Our special children’s area hosts children’s writers and entertainers.
Claire’s Head combines mystery and neurology in the story of two sisters linked by their experience of migraines.In The Rules of Engagement, a contemporary woman contends with the psychological aftermath of a duel fought over her, and in Minus Time, the daughter of a Canadian astronaut confronts the strangeness of having a mother in space.Our special children’s area hosts children’s writers and entertainers.Tags: Susan Douglas EssayThesis Statement About ClothesEssays On Midnight In ParisAp English Language Essay 2012Homework Club ActivitiesEssay About New Technology In CommunicationCritical Thinking TheoryEssay On Open MindHamlet Revenge Essay QuestionsDraft Research Paper
Defining characteristics of the program include innovative plenary courses, a semester-long mentorship with a professional writer, and the opportunity to design and teach creative writing workshops in a downtown Toronto public school.
We emphasize reading as essential to the art of writing and promote the idea of an engaged writing practice.
She completed her MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Guelph and has received scholarships from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, and the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley. A graduate of the Guelph MFA program, she teaches creative writing at the University of Guelph, University of Toronto, and online at
She teaches creative writing for the University of Guelph, University of Toronto, Inkwell Workshops, and Toronto Public Library. Marcia Walker – Organizer, Host, Curator Marcia Walker’s writing has appeared, or is forthcoming, in The New York Times, Fiddlehead, PRISM international, Room, EVENT, Antigonish Review, University of Toronto Magazine, This Magazine, The Globe and Mail, CBC radio and The Broken Social Scene Story Project. Before becoming a writer, Marcia worked in theatre and as a lawyer. Ana Rodriguez Machado – Curator, Occasional Host Ana Rodriguez Machado lives and writes in Toronto. In 2016, her poem “Conversations about home in Havana” was shortlisted for the PEN Canada New Voices Award and longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize. Jessica Popeski – Marketing and Promotions Manager, Occasional Host Jessica Popeski is an opera singer, internationally published poet, and Professor of English.
PLEASE NOTE: All institutional member schools' links will be live to their writing programs.
Our degree program offers workshops in fiction, creative nonfiction, drama and poetry.
Bush’s nonfiction has appeared in numerous publications including the Globe and Mail, The New York Times Magazine, the literary magazine Brick, and the anthology, The Heart Does Break (2009).
For five years in the mid-1980’s, she wrote about dance and performance, freelanced for a running magazine, ghost-authored a romance novel about anthropomorphic bears, wrote two YA biographies, and ran a successful reading series in New York City.
A hamlet of 350 residents with century-old stone buildings nestled along the Eramosa River, Eden Mills is 15 minutes east of Guelph and 1 hour west of Toronto.
On festival day, village streets are closed to traffic, and the community of festival goers lounge on the grass, on blankets, or in lawn chairs to enjoy readings from some of Canada’s very finest writers and most exciting new talents.