The University of King’s College MFA in Creative Nonfiction program is delighted to welcome back one of our own as this year’s Writer in Residence.
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.