Darcie Friesen Hossack – Surrey Muse

Darcie Friesen Hossack is a writer, editor and publisher who was the nominated author for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2011 for her collection of short stories titled Mennonites Don’t Dance, that also was a runner up for the Danuta Gleed Award in the same year. Darcie has created a global online literary journal, WordCity Monthly under the banner of UNESCO-Rila Affiliate Poet Mbizo Chirasha’s Time of the Poet Republic. Darcie lately completed a novel called Stillwater where, in North Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, for a family with a Mennonite mother and a Seventh-day Adventist father, the End Times are just around the corner. Darcie is a graduate of the Humber School for Writers.

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At the November 26 gathering of Surrey Muse, Darcie will be the Featured Author. More about the event is here: friday-nov-26-2021

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An interdisciplinary Arts and Literature group that meets Fourth Friday of each month except December. Presents a Guest Author, a Featured Poet, and a Featured Artist/Performer. Discussions. Open Mic. Book Table. Book Signings. Free event. Donations welcome.

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