Spoonie Spotlight: Jamieson Wolf, Author of Little Yellow Magnet
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Spoonie Spotlight: Jamieson Wolf, Author of Little Yellow Magnet

It’s your friendly neighbourhood SpAN Editor here. I thought for 2019, it would be great to highlight how our contributors (and other awesome humans) are using their spoons! For our first Spoonie Spotlight, we’re featuring the incomparable Jamieson Wolf, author of over 60 works. While we could talk all day about his fiction, especially the … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Jamieson Wolf
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Featured SpAN Author: Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson Wolf is an award-winning, number one bestselling author of over sixty books and writer of Two Steps at a Time, a blog about having multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy. He is an accomplished artist who works in mixed media, charcoal, pastels, and oil paints. He is also something of an amateur photographer, a poet, a perfume designer, and a graphic designer. Jamieson currently … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Cait Gordon
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Featured SpAN Author: Cait Gordon

Cait Gordon—Author, Editor, Blogger, and Doodler Cait (pronounced like ‘cat’) Gordon is originally from Verdun, Québec, and has been living in the suburbs of Ottawa since 1998. She worked for over two decades as a technical writer, then channelled her love for words into creative writing. She is the author of  Life in the ’Cosm (Renaissance) and The … Continue reading

Featured SpAN Author: Nathan Caro Fréchette
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Featured SpAN Author: Nathan Caro Fréchette

Author, Editor, Artist, Publisher Nathan Caro Fréchette is originally from Montreal, but has been living in the Ottawa/Gatineau region since 2004. He is a sequential artist, author, and director of Renaissance, a multi-genre Canadian small press. As an author, Nathan has published several short stories, both sequential and traditional, as well as two graphic novels, … Continue reading