Category: Tenth Anniversary

Ayelet Tsabari

Ayelet Tsabari answers three questions in the ongoing series for the tenth anniversary of Canadian Writers Abroad. Ayelet Tsabari was born in Israel to a large family of Yemeni descent. She […]

Three Questions for Kate Pullinger

Kate Pullinger, novelist, professor, writer on the cutting edge of technology, has been living in the UK since the 1980s. Although she is a very busy woman, on her return […]

photo: D. Martens

Marius Kociejowski

I met Marius Kociejowski at his flat in London, UK, but learned about him from a journalist in Ottawa, Roberta Walker. That meeting evolved into the interview, Casting Himself on […]

Mark Sampson

Graduates who leave home to teach English as a Second Language abroad are not a rare species. What is rare is writing a book that enters into the controversial history […]

photo: Anthea Maria Poole

The Return

Five years into Canadian Writers Abroad, I found Demetra Angelis Foustanellas, who was in Greece at the time. Her first novel, Secrets in a Jewellery Box, was reviewed by Sonia […]

Merilyn Simonds

Readers of Canadian Writers Abroad met Merilyn Simonds through Mexico, in her article, Reading Abroad, which was swiftly followed by a review of her novel, Refuge. In addition to living […]

Darlene Foster in Spain

In our ongoing tenth anniversary series, Darlene Foster answers three questions. Foster is the author of the Amanda Ross travel adventures series for children. (The cover of Amanda in Holland […]

photo: Carolyn Gammon

Surrendering to Gammon

Carolyn Gammon is no stranger to Canadian Writers Abroad, having been profiled by Gabriella Goliger (From Fredericton to Berlin) and having shared her poetry with us (“Fault Line“). Thirty years […]

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Magie Dominic, Eight Years Later

In the autumn of 2014, Canadian Writers Abroad posted an interview with Magie Dominic, who has since kept us up to date with her activities in the worlds of writing […]

Isabel Huggan

I first encountered Isabel Huggan at a writing week in Kingston, Ontario, and met her again some weeks later in Gigiri, Nairobi, whereupon this generous woman kindly invited me into […]

Jane Christmas

Jane Christmas is a regular at Canadian Writers Abroad, which is a great thing, because I love her sense of humour. We’ve met in person, in London, but I don’t […]

Ten Years!

In the fall of 2011, our small family moved to London, England for a few years. There I set up office in a small dark room in a beautiful flat […]