Member news: May 2016

Editors Ottawa–Gatineau member Stacey D. Atkinson has published her second novel, Letters from Labrador. It’s based on a true story about a British nurse who moved to northern Labrador in the 1970s to be a midwife and who now struggles to keep her memories alive as she lives with Lewy body dementia. You can purchase the book directly from the shop button on Stacey’s Facebook page, and she will also be signing books at the vendor fair at the Vancouver conference, from June 11 to 12.

Karen Autio, an Editors British Columbia member who has already published several children’s books, participated in the National Reading Campaign’s Reading Town events in Sudbury on May 6. She also gave presentations in conjunction with the TD Canadian Children’s Book Week from May 7 to 14. Presentations took place in schools and libraries from Sudbury to Sault Ste. Marie and points in between. For more information on Karen’s current and future projects, visit her website.

On May 19, Sue MacLeod (Editors Quebec/Atlantic Canada) launched her new poetry collection, Mood Swing, with Pear, published by Signature Editions (Winnipeg). Sue, who has recently moved from Toronto to Montreal, is the author of two other poetry collections and one YA novel. She is currently working on a second YA novel.

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