Tag Archives: kc dyer

Wordworks

CWILL BC member kc dyer edited the most recent edition of Wordworks, the magazine of the Federation of BC Writers. The entire issue is dedicated to children’s literature, and you’ll find pieces inside by Lee Edward Fodi, Eileen Cook, Tanya … Continue reading

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The Kamloops Young Writer’s Festival: An Inspiring Event

The following is a guest post by Julie Burtinshaw. To learn more about Julie and her work, please visit her website. On Thursday morning Norma Charles, Lee Edward Fodi and Lori Sherritt-Fleming piled into Norma’s van and headed for Kamloops. … Continue reading

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Out and About

CWILL BC authors and illustrators are on the move! Deborah Hodge speaks to students at Shaughnessy Elementary School this week. kc dyer has created her own personal west coast writer’s retreat. Alison Acheson is packing her bags, getting ready for … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Check out these CWILL BC member posts for writing advice, bedtime stories, and news on new books! kc dyer is telling tales — in podcast form on her blog. They’re for wise kids, wayward grownups, and everyone who knows you’re … Continue reading

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The Best Mess — Nurturing Young Authors

Saturday, May 7, 2011 1:00-3:00 p.m. Burnaby Public Library, Bob Prittie Metrotown Branch 6100 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC Come on along! This is a free event for children aged 9 and up – and parents, writers and teachers! Now’s your … Continue reading

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News From Our Members

Here’s a sampling of what CWILL BC members are up to: Shula Klinger had an article published recently in the Jewish Independent. You can read the text here. Jocelyn Shipley‘s contemporary young adult novel, How to Tend a Grave, will … Continue reading

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