This opportunity is open to all emerging and aspiring authors living in Canada who have not yet published a full-length book or had a professional production. We especially encourage participation from underrepresented groups.
As authors and educators, we are committed to creating a safe and inclusive space for writers to share their questions, comments, and ideas. We expect all event participants to be respectful of each other and to express ideas and opinions in a polite and constructive manner. Anyone not adhering to this will be removed from our virtual meeting space.
|August 12, 2022||Deadline to register and submit questions|
|August 18, 2022, 5:00 p.m. PT||Q & A online event (a link will be sent to participants prior to the event)|
Register by emailing us! Tell us a little bit about yourself and your writing goals. Submit your questions related to this event’s topic, the Craft and Business of Writing Fiction, no later than August 11, 2022.
SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS FREE EVENT!
We will email you to confirm your registration. A Google Meet link will be shared with you prior to the event.
Adam Pottle‘s writing spans multiple genres, including poetry, fiction, nonfiction, drama, and film. His most recent play, The Black Drum, was performed in Toronto and in France, and received rave reviews. His latest book Voice was shortlisted for two Saskatchewan Book Awards. He lives in Saskatoon.
Visit Adam’s website.
Ann Yu-Kyung Choi’s novel, Kay’s Lucky Coin Variety, was a Toronto Book Awards finalist and one of CBC Books 12 Best Canadian Debut Novels of 2016. Ann serves on the program advisory committee for gritLIT, Hamilton’s literary festival, and manages The Authors Book Club, an online initiative she co-founded to connect authors with readers in Canada. She lives in Toronto.
Visit Ann’s website.