Posts Tagged: Jonina Kirton

Body and Soul: Stories for Skeptics and Seekers | VPL Launch

Have you ever had questions about faith or religious practice? On March 13 at VPL, join Susan Scott, editor of Body and Soul: Stories for Skeptics and Seekers and an all-female panel of contributors including Dora Dueck, Pam Johnson, Jonina Kirton, Lori McNulty, Betsy Warland as they break the age-old code of silence and explore open conversations ...read more

Vancouver Manuscript Intensive Accepting Applications

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive is accepting applications for 2019. VMI is an in-depth one-to-one mentorship program that pairs you with a professional author to develop your manuscript to its fullest potential. VMI mentorship begins with an in-person meeting to develop a rapport, discuss your manuscript, and confirm your goals. In preparation for this meeting, your mentor ...read more

VMI 2018 Reading at Havana Café and Theatre

Join Betsy Warland and Vancouver Manuscript Intensive mentors, Claudia Casper, Evelyn Lau, Rachel Rose, Karen X. Tulchinsky, and Cathleen With for the 2018 VMI reading! Writers will read from a range of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction on June 3, 2018 at the Havana Café and Theatre. VMI 2018 Lineup: Katherine Doyle Glenn Mori Heather ...read more

Vancouver Manuscript Intensive Accepting Applications

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive is accepting applications for 2018. VMI is an in-depth one-to-one mentorship program that pairs you with a professional author to develop your manuscript to its fullest potential. VMI mentorship begins with an in-person meeting to develop a rapport, discuss your manuscript, and confirm your goals. In preparation for this meeting, ...read more

Mayor’s Arts Awards Go to: VMI Director Betsy Warland and VMI Alumna Jónína Kirton!

Vancouver Manuscript Intensive founder, director and mentor Betsy Warland was honored earlier this month with a Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award for her contributions to literature. The ceremony, held at the Roundhouse Community Centre, was hosted by Bill Richardson. “Literary Vancouver would not be the same without her,” Richardson said as he introduced Betsy. He ...read more