Member news: May 2022

The Broken Places, by Editors British Columbia member Frances Peck, is now on the shelves at bricks-and-mortar and online bookstores. The novel, part of the Nunatak First Fiction Series, examines how a major earthquake upends the lives and relationships of a group of characters in and around Vancouver. The book has been hailed as a “wonderfully sophisticated and razor-sharp” novel, featuring a “beautifully layered and compelling” story with “nuanced, stunning characters.” For more, visit NeWest Press or Frances’s author website.

In February 2022, Editors Toronto member Betty R. Robinson self-published Elizabeth’s Enlightening Day at the Zoo. This second book in her Elizabeth series of STEM books for girls supports the Light unit of the Ontario Grade 4 science curriculum. Elizabeth’s Enlightening Day at the Zoo was edited by Editors Toronto member Susan Hughes and reviewed by Editors Calgary member Becky Noelle. For more information, please visit

Editors Calgary member Lorna Stuber just published a memoir of the three years she spent living and teaching in Japan when she was in her early 20s, from 1992 to 1995. The book launched in early April in Okotoks, Alberta, where she now lives, and has hit #1 on Amazon a few times already! For more information, visit Lorna’s website.

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