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Echlin_Kim_colour_Michelle-Quance-2014Writer and School of Continuing Studies instructor, Kim Echlin believes that sharing literature from a number of different viewpoints enhances the learning experience. Creative Writing Program Director, Lee Gowan, talks with Kim about writing, teaching and her new book ...

Chris JohnsAn award-winning food and travel writer, School Instructor Chris Johns has been published in enRoute magazine, Toronto Life, Maclean’s, and Fashion Magazine, among others. In part two of Chris’ interview with Creative Writing Program Director Lee Gowan, they dis...

true_northPart One of Two If you’re looking for a cookbook packed with scrumptious home-grown recipes as diverse as the Canadian landscape, then look no further than True North, co-authored by acclaimed food and travel writer Chris Johns. True North offers a fascinating look ...

Matthew SiscoIt is quite rare for a non-native speaker to achieve a high enough level of proficiency in a language to become a professional translator into the acquired language. Matthew Sisco has reached this unique achievement, and recently earned his Certificate in Japanese Trans...

poles apartTerry Fallis is the award-winning author of five national bestsellers, all published by McClelland & Stewart (M&S). His debut novel, The Best Laid Plans, won the 2008 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour and was crowned the 2011 winner of CBC Canada Reads as the “...