When women first entered the profession of writing and publishing they did so under an alias because it was frowned upon to have women write, let alone be successful at it. Today if a woman chooses to use a pseudonym she does so for privacy or because she writes
Canadian authors from “recognized Canadian publishing houses” read excerpts from their latest work. At the moment of this writing over 80 audio recordings are available for your listening enjoyment.
Canada has an eclectic array of authors both new and seasoned who contribute greatly to the literary world. This is just one award that recognizes their accomplishments.
Nestled on the west coast of British Columbia in Salt Spring Island lives writer, Kathy Page with her family. Page has been writing professionally for twenty years. She also teaches writing one day a week, does the occasional workshop