Beth Hitchcock, a graduate of the University of King’s College’s MFA Program in Creative Nonfiction, is among 19 emerging writers — “a new wave of thinkers and writers from across the country” — whose work has been selected to appear in a new Canadian anthology of creative nonfiction, fiction and poetry.
When she retired, Sue Harper told everyone she knew she was going to become a freelance writer. “It wasn’t such a stretch,” she says. She’d already authored nine textbooks and three nonfiction books for reluctant readers. She’d studied fiction at the Humber School for Writers.
Australian-born Toronto travel writer Amanda Lee is the winner of this year’s MFA Research Bursary.
Catherine Fogarty remembers feeling not quite ready for prime time the day she arrived to begin her first summer residency in the University of King’s College’s MFA in Creative Nonfiction program in 2016.