AUTHORS

  • Jenn Ashton

Jenn Ashton

A writer from the age of six, Jenn Ashton was first published when she was fourteen. She has written fiction, non-fiction and children’s books as well as editorials and articles for periodicals and [...]

  • Louis Druehl

Louis Druehl

Louis Druehl is the editor of The New Bamfielder and Professor Emeritus at Simon Fraser University where he taught and researched kelp for 36 years. His bestseller, Pacific Seaweeds (Harbour Publishing, 2001), introduced thousands [...]

  • Emma Hogg

Emma L.R. Hogg

Emma L.R. Hogg is a born writer. After graduating from the University of Guelph, she began work on the first of six novels she self-published. Her poetry has been published in Carousel magazine [...]

  • Hassan Al Kontar

Hassan Al Kontar

Hassan Al Kontar was raised in a prosperous Syrian home, the middle child of a mechanical engineer and nurse.  He worked in marketing in the UAE before the war. Now a permanent resident [...]

  • Monique Layton

Monique Layton

Monique Layton’s academic background is in comparative literature and cultural anthropology and she is the author of several reports and non-fiction books on a variety of topics. Her last position before retiring was [...]

  • Harold Macy

Harold Macy

Harold Macy was born on the prairie, caught between the stubble and endless sky. The mountains and the forest beckoned and he moved to the coast.  It has been his everlasting pleasure to live [...]

  • Lauren & Jeanette Manning

Lauren & Jeanette Manning

Jeanette Manning is active in the writer’s community of Durham region and was the recipient of a 2019 Writescape scholarship. She now volunteers with Life After Hate, a non-profit organization helping people escape extremism. [...]

  • Janet Love Morrison

Janet Love Morrison

Janet Love Morrison is an author and editor whose previous books include The Crazy Canucks: Canada’s Legendary Ski Team (foreword by Peter Mansbridge), winner of the 2009 One Book, One Vancouver award, and [...]

  • Robert O'Brien

Robert O’Brien

Robert O'Brien emigrated from Ireland to Canada in the 1990s and is a teacher and actor based in Vancouver. The publication of his memoir, Just One More Drive, was preceded by The MINI: [...]

  • Jake Ootes

Jake Ootes

Jake Ootes is a former reporter who was the Northwest Territories Director of the Territorial Department of Information, responsible for all government public affairs and communications. In 1995, Ootes was elected to the [...]

  • Paul Suter

Paul Suter

Paul Suter is a long-time resident of Whistler, BC. An endurance athlete of international standing, his career was cut short by the crippling effects of multiple concussions. His memoir, Flat Out in Pieces, published [...]

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CATALOGUE

  • Tidewater Press Spring 2021 Catalogue