Saturday March 9 @ 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The Kitimat Public Library will be hosting a writers workshop on Saturday, March 9 from 12:00 – 4:00pm. Library membership is required for registration.
Presenters will consist of:
USA Today bestselling author of 19 novels. She was a long-time columnist with the Terrace Standard and is a prolific scribbler of . . . other things, with articles, essays, short stories, and poems appearing in a variety of publications. She believes in the power of stories—fiction and non—to transform lives.
Is an artist, writing coach, and mentor, who has been working since her return to Kitimat to support other writers in reaching their goals, providing insight and guidance both in person and online, in group and one-on-one format. She specializes in world building and character development with a soft spot for fantasy and romance. As an artist Andrea is well-known both for her art and her advocacy for equitable accessibility within the art world.
Award-winning writer of fiction and nonfiction, and she is the recipient of the Lieutenant Governor Award for Historical Writing. Her work has been published by Geist, Riddle Fence, Prairie Fire, Northword, and Thimbleberry, and she has long listed for the CBC short story prize twice and short listed for the Journey Prize. She is the author of The Railroader’s Wife and A Trail of Two Telegraphs.