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In the CWILLosphere

Here’s a peek at what CWILL BC members are up to this week: At Sci/Why, Claire Eamer hosts a collection of Canadian children’s science writers. Lee Edward Fodi mixes three drops of pixie juice, a goblin’s eye, and a sprinkle … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Awards, tours, and workshops… CWILL BC members are busy people! Victoria Miles and Caroline Adderson took part in the BC Book Prizes On Tour, and blogged about their experiences. Having just returned from a two-week family visit to the UK, … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Here’s what CWILL BC members are up to this week: On Gail Anderson Dargatz’s blog, Caroline Adderson offers nine tips on writing for kids; Carol Anne Shaw’s new book Hannah and the Salish Sea is featured on CanLit for Little … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

CWILL BC members have many reasons to celebrate this week: Deborah Hodge‘s Rescuing the Children and Caroline Adderson‘s Jasper John Dooley, Star of the Week have been shortlisted for the Hackmatack children’s choice award; Kirsti Anne Wakelin received advance copies … Continue reading

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Here’s what CWILL BC members are musing about this week: PJ Sarah Collins writes about developing a trilogy… or not; Lee Edward Fodi and his students create doorways to inspiration; and, Mary Jane Muir defeats the rain with colourful characters.

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In the CWILLosphere

Here’s what’s happening at CWILL BC members’ blogs and websites this week: Claire Eamer, science fangirl, heads to the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and calls it “four days of glorious science indulgence.” Becky … Continue reading

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