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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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The Best of 2012

Here are a few of the CWILL BC members who’ve posted their “best of 2012” reading lists recently: Writer and illustrator Lee Edward Fodi YA novelist Denise Jaden Fellow YA writer Catherine Knutsson Looking for something a little shorter to … Continue reading

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Denise Jaden and Eileen Cook Discuss THE ALMOST TRUTH

The following is a guest post by Denise Jaden, author of Never Enough. I’m so excited to interview one of my favorite authors and people. Eileen Cook‘s latest YA contemporary, The Almost Truth, is out this month, and I cannot … Continue reading

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A YA Tell-All

You’re invited to join Eileen Cook, Denise Jaden, Catherine Knutsson, Mindi Scott, and Joëlle Anthony this Saturday afternoon at the North Vancouver City Library, as they dish the dirt about writing for teens.

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In the CWILLosphere This Week:

Joan Betty Stuchner, Mike Deas, and Julie Lawson are among the CWILL BC members appearing this weekend at BookFest 2012 in Nanaimo. Julie Burtinshaw recently appeared on the podcast radio show, Be The Media. The segment is called The Wired … 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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