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This week, we’re profiling the three talented WANL members who made the award’s shortlist. What inspires your writing and keeps you motivated? First, Meg Coles directed me to WANL, where I met Carmella Gray-Cosgrove, who was so warm and generous, and who then wrangled me an invitation to my writing group, The Naked Parade, who’ve been instrumental in making the last year productive and bright.Tell us about yourself and the type of writing you do, or that interests you. I’m inspired by the talent and passion that abounds in this city – not only in writing, but in all creative work. Carmella also suggested I take courses at MUN, where I found the tutelage of Lisa Moore (!!! The Department of English is delighted to welcome acclaimed graphic novelist Jillian Tamaki, who will be reading from her work on Monday, November 13th, at 8 p.m.Please, consult our Insurance Advisors, if you have a questions regarding this.Medical emergency Visitors to Canada insurance is essential for everyone planning to travel to Canada; especially Returning Canadians, New Immigrants and Foreign Workers destined to the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Yukon and New Brunswick.Who needs Visitors to Canada insurance coverage: Please note that you need to purchase your Visitors to Canada medical insurance policy BEFORE you exit your country of permanent residence and travel to Canada.If you are already in Canada and wish to get covered, do not hesitate to contact us for further information, so our Insurance Advisors can find a suitable insurance plan for you.Visitors to Canada such as Tourists and IEC/Working Holiday participants are not initially eligible for coverage provided by any Government Health Insurance Plan in Canada.
“If you have an exciting story that fits the theme [‘My first time’] – one that takes about 4 minutes to tell – we’d love to read it.
I kept a journal, and I think of that journal as when I really started writing.
My journals from back then are a mishmash of drawings, collages and writing.
(For you word nerds, that’s about 4 pages of non-fiction double spaced! JOHN’S, NL) The Literary Arts Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (LAFNL) and the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (WANL) are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union (NLCU) Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers.
The biennial award, generously sponsored by the Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union, is awarded to the best unpublished manuscript written by a resident of the province who has not published a book, or who has not had a book accepted for publication, in any genre on any platform or in any media at the time of submission.