Jennifer Hatt was born in Halifax and raised in Liverpool, NS, earning her first writing award in high school for her short story of a family living in coal mining’s shadow. Since 1992 Jennifer’s articles have appeared in trade and general interest magazines in Canada and overseas and she’s won several prestigious journalism awards. She [...]
OK. I confess. I’ve been delinquent. Funny how work gets in the way. But I shouldn’t complain as freelancers are always looking for assignments. I just didn’t plan on writing six stories in 11 days! OIE! Now that I’m over the hump, it’s time I got back to my tales from Tortola! My plan is [...]
Chris Benjamin is a freelance journalist and fiction writer. His critically acclaimed first novel, Drive-by Saviours, was listed as a Canada Reads Top 40 essential read of the decade. He is the Sustainable City Columnist for The Coast. He was a finalist for the 2010 Fusion Go Sustainability Award and shared an honourable mention in [...]
In March, 2010, Doreen Pendgracs’ newest book, Before You Say Yes was released by Dundurn Press and is destined to serve as the ultimate guide to anyone sitting on a board of directors in the non-profit sector. As well, Doreen’s co-authored two books: Frommer’s Newfoundland & Labrador and the Manitoba Book of Everything. 2008. In [...]
Meet Lynn Ogryzlo, a food writer, cookbook author and culinary activist. She’s eaten from roadside stands, village delis, the finest restaurants with postage stamp sized kitchens and has enjoyed many a meal in people’s homes. For Lynn, food and wine is a delicious way to communicate and get to know the people of a region. [...]
Mariellen Ward is a Toronto-based freelance writer with a BA in Journalism, a certificate in yoga teacher training and a passion for sharing the beauty of India’s culture and wisdom. Aside from traveling extensively in India, she writes for magazines, newspapers and many online travel sites, publishes an India travel blog, http://breathedreamgo.com/ and leads custom [...]
Thea Atkinson has written for money, but she prefers writing for passion. It’s just nice when the two find a way to cohabitate together. She has spent time as an editor, a photographer, a teacher and a writer. It’s the latter handle that she likes best. Thea’s written 10 novels and four are currently available [...]
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