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kcdyer, Saturday April 4, 2009 - 11:48am

 

 

Children and young adult authors James McCann, kc dyer and Lee Edward Födi invite you to SPRING INTO FANTASY with them this Sunday, April 5th, at the Strawberry Hills Chapters in Surrey from 1 to 4 pm. These award-winning authors will be digging in the dirt, making bookmarks, eating cupcakes and signing books — there will be plenty to do and lots of fun for kids of all ages! James McCann, author of RANCOUR and PYRE, specializes in Urban Fantasy for teens. Lee Edward Fodi’s KENDRA KANDLESTAR books chronicle Magic, Monsters and Mystery for kids from 7 and up. And kc dyer is celebrating the launch of her fi fth novel, a time travel tale for kids 11 and up called A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW. Give yourself a chance to SPRING INTO FANTASY this Sunday — see...

kcdyer, Tuesday March 10, 2009 - 4:41pm

Diane Smith, a poet who received an Honourable Mention in our 2006 Storyteller's Contest, has edited a new poetry Anthology which will be out this spring.

 

A facsimile of the cover:

 

 

In the Silence of this RoomInternational authors share their thoughts in poetry and prose, linked by global issues that haunt us all. Edited by Diane Smith

 

 

 

 

Diane tells me the volume will address current global issues and peace, through the voices of every major faith including Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist and Hmong. 

All the best, Diane! When the book is set to hit the shelves, we'll post an Amazon link here...

kcdyer, Monday March 9, 2009 - 8:08pm

Long time judge, presenter and friend of the conference Lois Peterson will follow up her debut novel MEETING MISS 405 with a second novel to be published by Orca. 

 THE BALLAD OF KNUCKLES MCGRAW will debut in Spring, 2010. Congratulations, Lois!

 

~kc

also blogging as leftwriter

kcdyer, Sunday March 8, 2009 - 5:02pm

And no -- it's not me!

My new book A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW came out this week (I blogged about this earlier -- you can see a copy of the cover if you look back two or three postings).

To celebrate, Darby Christopher (the main character from my novel), is interviewing a number of authors who blog throughout the month of March. You can win FREE books by a number of authors, many of whom have been guest presenters at SiWC over the years. To win, all you have to do is leave a comment in response to the interview from which you'd like to win a book. There is no limit to the number of books you can win --...

kcdyer, Sunday March 8, 2009 - 5:04pm

Check out the photos from SiWC 2008 now on the site, courtesy of the astonishing Ursula Maxwell Lewis!

 

~kc

also blogging as leftwriter

kcdyer, Thursday March 5, 2009 - 4:32pm

Writer and poet Susan McCaslin has served as an honoured judge for our writing contest in year's past. Here's a press release regarding a little good news for her!

 

The Alfred Gustav Press  Series Two: three new chapbooks Why join The Alfred Gustav Press community? Invigorating, original, previously unpublished poetry in a creatively designed handmade artefact signed by the poet.Habitat consists of the long title poem and several shorter poems that evoke various aspects of city life seen in both positive and negative lights and permeated by the search of the poet, in his role as citizen, for a viable community. by Christopher Levenson Christopher’s last book of poetry, Local Time, appeared with StoneFlower Press, Ottawa, in 2006. His first...

kcdyer, Wednesday March 4, 2009 - 8:11pm
  A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW is now available in bookstores everywhere. The book is being launched on-line and live in several venues around Vancouver's Lower Mainland.    Check out all the details on kc's blog ... everyone welcome!   ~kc also blogging as leftwriter
kcdyer, Wednesday March 4, 2009 - 8:28pm

Former SiWC presenter alumnus Michael Bourret  (of Dystel & Goderich Literary Agency) is featured in the 'Guide to Literary Agents' blog today, highlighting his upcoming appearance on the Editor Unleashed site.

 He'll be doing a live chat on Wednesday, March 11, 2008. Check it out!

 

~kc

also blogging as leftwriter

kcdyer, Tuesday March 3, 2009 - 9:40pm

in 'Guide to Literary agents blog post HERE.

 

Giving GREAT advice, as usual!

 

~kc

also blogging as leftwriter

kcdyer, Thursday February 5, 2009 - 4:59pm
Tags: twitter, tweets

Some time closer to the summer we'll be setting up a Twitter account for the SiWC, but in the meantime, if you're a twitterfiend, I'll be tweeting SiWC blog posts and other stuff on my own twitter account, which you can find here: @kcdyer

 Tweet ya later!

 

~kc

also blogging as leftwriter

 

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