AOTM: Lydia Kwa

Poet and novelist Lydia Kwa is April's Author of the Month. The author of 5 books, 2 of which are with Turnstone Press, Lydia Kwa's work spans oceans binding time and memory to the things which haunt us.  In 19 Questions about Process: An interview with Lydia Kwa, she shares a few thoughts about her creative process and lets us peek into her studio in My Studio: Lydia Kwa.

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AOTM: David Arnason

Acclaimed ­novelist, writer of short fiction, and editor, David Arnason is May's Author of the Month. The author or editor of fifteen books, Arnason's engaging and often humourous  work ranges from the historical to the fantastic. (King Jerry was a finalist for the Leacock Medal for Humour.) Careful and clever, his work is always entertaining. In 19 (+1) Questions about Process: An interview with David Arnason, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process and let's us peek into his studio in My Studio: David Arnason.

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AOTM: Richard Scarsbrook

July's Author of the Month is Richard Scarsbrook. Scarsbrook is the author of six books including the short story collection Destiny’s Telescope, and most recently a poetry collection Six Weeks. His books have been short-listed for the Stellar Book Prize, the ReLit Award, the CLA Book of the Year Award (twice), and the OLA White Pine Award (twice), which he won in 2011 for The Monkeyface Chronicles. In 19 Questions about Process: An interview with Richard Scarsbrook, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process and let's us peek into his studio in My Studio: Richard Scarsbrook.

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