Category Archives: writing process

Featured CWILLer: Kari Rust

Here’s the next in our series of profiles on CWILL members. Hi, Kari! Please give us your quick bio.I live in an old house in Vancouver with my two kids, husband and dog. I studied animation at Emily Carr and … Continue reading

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Featured CWILLer: Karen Hibbard

Here’s the next in our series of profiles on CWILL members. Hi, Karen! Please give us your quick bio.I am a freelance illustrator who draws on a long career as a visual artist. I studied fine arts at Guelph University … Continue reading

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Featured CWILLer: Claire Lordon

We have so many fantastic and talented members of CWILL that we have decided to start featuring them on our blog with some fun and quirky interviews. Today we’re talking with Claire Lordon!] Hi, Claire! Please give us your quick … Continue reading

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Serendipity 2018 – March 3rd at UBC Robson Square

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Marion Crook on 7 Ways to Make a Young Reader’s Hair Stand Up!

Marion Crook was a guest columnist for Writers’ Digest in January 2017 on 7 Ways to Make a Young Reader’s Hair Stand Up. Marion is the author of Writing for Children & Young Adults published by Self-Counsel Press as part … Continue reading

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Wishes Come True at St. Francis Xavier

Over the past four years, Glen Huser has served as writer-in-residence for grade four classes in a series of pre-Christmas workshops at St. Francis Xavier Elementary in Vancouver. The students develop a story plan which involves deciding on a central … Continue reading

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