Authors Index

  • Tarvydas, Rea

    Rea Tarvydas now lives and writes stories in Calgary, Alberta. Her stories can be found in The New Quarterly, The Fiddlehead, and Grain magazines. Work is forthcoming in the Menopause Anthology (Inanna, 2017). Tarvydas is the 2012 winner of the Brenda Strathern Latebloomer Award, curated by the Calgary Foundation and presented at WordFest. In addition, her work has been nominated for a National Magazine Award. She has lived in Hong Kong and, as such, experienced one version of the expat life which is the genesis for this book.

  • Tegenkamp, Diana Hope

    Diana Hope Tegenkamp is a Metis writer who lives and creates on Treaty 6 Territory, Homeland of the Metis. Her writing has appeared in numerous literary journals across Canada, including CV2, Grain, and Matrix, to name a few. In 2020, she was awarded second prize in the Banff Centre Bliss Carmen Poetry Contest and was longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize. Diana works across mediums, including film, photography, visual art, performance art, sound and music. Her video performance piece, UNMUTE, was selected for SLANT’s 2021 Writing Bodies festival, and more of her multi-disciplinary work, including film poems for Girl running, can be found on her website, www.dianahopetegenkamp.com. She lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

  • Trafford, Tyler

    Tyler Trafford has worked for many years as a reporter and editor, first with the Calgary Herald, and then in Australia with The Australian. Upon returning to Canada, he began a full time writing career, publishing a series of histories and biographies for others, before turning his attention to his own fiction. The Story of Blue Eye the first of the Sun on the Mountains series was shortlisted for the 2005 Grant McEwan Author's Award. He shares time between Calgary and his studio on the Oldman River near Pincher Creek, Alberta.

  • Trettwer, James

    James Trettwer was a winner in the Saskatchewan Writers Guild's John V. Hick’s Long Manuscript Award in 2016 for this short story collection. He has also won the SWG's Short Manuscript Awards. He has been most recently published in TRANSITION, Spring, and the anthology Wanderlust: Stories on the Move, by Thistledown Press in 2017. James lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.

  • Truckey, Don

    Don Truckey is an award-winning screenwriter whose work includes the television series Street Legal and Urban Angel. He has written two movies with hockey as their theme: the Gemini award-winning Net Worth and Chicks with Sticks, as well as Crazy Canucks about Canada’s Olympic Ski team. His first book in the Caraway Kim Series, The Adventures of Caraway Kim . . . Southpaw was published in 2005 and was shortlisted for the 2007 Rocky Mountain Book Award (Alberta Children in Literacy Program). Don Truckey lives in Toronto, Ontario, but grew up in a small Alberta town much like the town of the series.

  • Tucker, Diane

    Diane Tucker grew up in southeast Vancouver, BC, where she appeared in various plays and musicals before deciding to be a writer. She has published two books of poetry: God on His Haunches (Nightwood Editions, 1996), which was short-listed for the 1997 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, and Bright Scarves of Hours (Palimpsest Press, 2007). His Sweet Favour is her first novel. Tucker lives in Burnaby, BC.

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