After 12 years of running writing workshops out of a home space, Firefly Creative Writing has opened a storefront studio in Toronto.
In an ideal world, the design of a book cover achieves three things.
Is it the “idea” of being a published poet that appeals to your mom or does she genuinely believe that poetry is a profitable business venture?
A personal essay by author Suzette Mayr.
What do you do when writing seems to become harder, not easier, as your career moves forward?
Publishing internationally is a dream for many authors, but not getting paid can be a nightmare.
Why now? It’s a question I’ve been asked several times about my new book, Dirty Windshields: The Best and The Worst of the Smugglers Tour Diaries. Why publish a memoir of 16 sordid years spent in an indie rock ’n’ roll band that sputtered to a stop way back in 2004?
Got a question? Ask the Agony Editor.
Because you ask, the Agony Editor answers.
If there was a prize for the best author laugh in CanLit, Eden Robinson’s would be at the top of the list.