Chimedum Ohaegbu – Surrey Muse

Chimedum Ohaegbu is an author and editor of fantasy fiction who studies English literature and creative writing at the University of British Columbia. Her professional debut ‘Toothsome Things’ was longlisted for the Nommo Award for African Science Fiction and Fantasy. She’s Uncanny Magazine’s assistant editor and a recipient of both the full 2017 Tan Seagull Scholarship for Young Writers and a 2018 Katherine Brearley Arts Scholarship. Her work is published or forthcoming in Strange Horizons, This Magazine, SAD Magazine, Honey & Lime Lit, and The Capilano Review.

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At the September 27 gathering of Surrey Muse, Chimedum will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here: september-27-2019-gathering

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Asel Omar – Surrey Muse

Asel Omar is a Russian Canadian writer and scholar from Kazakhstan who arrived in Vancouver earlier this year. Writing in Russian, she has published four books of poetry and short fiction titled ‘Credo’, ‘Early Colds’, ‘Blue Wolf’ and ‘Tengri Talisman’. She has also written movie scripts and philosophical articles. Her works have been published in Russia, France, Serbia, USA and Montenegro. She is a member of the Russian and Kazakhstan PEN. Asel graduated from Moscow Literary Institute in the Higher Courses of Scriptwriters and Directors at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. She worked as a PR specialist for commercial companies in Moscow, and taught philosophy in higher educational institutions.

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At the August 23 gathering of Surrey Muse, Asel will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here: august-23-2019

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Karen Schauber – Surrey Muse


Karen Schauber is a Flash Fiction writer obsessed with the form since she was first introduced to it two years ago. Her brief condensed short stories have appeared in 25 international literary magazines and anthologies including Brilliant Flash Fiction, Bending Genres, CarpeArte, Ekphrastic Review, and Fiction Southeast. Karen is working on her first editorial/curatorial flash venture titled ‘The Group of Seven Reimagined: Contemporary Stories Inspired by Historic Canadian Paintings’ that celebrates the Canadian modernist landscape painters. Karen runs Vancouver Flash Fiction, a flash fiction Resource Hub and Critique Circle, and in her spare time, she is a seasoned Family Therapist and a writer of non-fiction. A native of Montreal, she has called Vancouver home for the past three decades.

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At the July 26 gathering of Surrey Muse, Karen will begin the Open Mic session. More information about the event is here: july-26-2019-gathering

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Cathleen With – Surrey Muse

Cathleen With is an author and educator who has published two books of fiction. Her novel, ‘Having Faith in the Polar Girls’ Prison‘, was a BC Book Prize winner, and her short story collection ‘Skids‘ was a Relit finalist that is now optioned for film. She was proud to be a part of the short-listed City of Vancouver book ‘V6A: Writings from the Downtown Eastside‘. Cathleen started writing stories in her journal when she was six, and she published her first story in a Surrey newspaper when she was in grade three. The story was about her baby sister and how much she loved chasing her around the apartment and hearing her giggle. Cathleen is now working on a book about a woman with CP, as narrated by her guide dog. She has worked and written in Nepal, India, South Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, and Inuvik, NWT. Cathleen lives in Vancouver where she works as a creative writing instructor at KPU.

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bijou2929@gmail.com

At the March 22 gathering of Surrey Muse, Cathleen will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here:
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Rob Taylor – Surrey Muse


Rob Taylor is a an award winning poet, a fiction writer and an editor who has published three collections of his poems and five poetry chapbooks. His writings have appeared in over fifty anthologies and periodicals. Rob’s book The News (Gaspereau Press, 2016) was a finalist for the 2017 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. In 2010, his manuscript for The Other Side of Ourselves won the Alfred G. Bailey Prize. Rob is the editor of What the Poets Are Doing: Canadian Poets in Conversation (Nightwood Editions, 2018) and guest editor of the 2019 edition of The Best Canadian Poetry in English (Biblioasis, 2019). As an emerging artist, he received the City of Vancouver’s Mayor’s Arts Award for the Literary Arts in 2015. Rob teaches creative writing online at Simon Fraser University, and he lives in Port Moody with his wife and son. For more information, find his web page link below.

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At the February 22 gathering of Surrey Muse, Rob Taylor will be the Featured Poet. More information about the event is here: february-22-2019-gathering

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Veeno Dewan – Surrey Muse


Veeno Dewan is a writer, TV producer and filmmaker born in London UK who worked over fifteen years for the BBC and a few years for the independent TV broadcast industry before moving to Canada and settling in Surrey BC. In Canada he has worked for the CTV, Global and the CBC as a Producer and Director. Veeno’s articles have been published by various magazines and newspaper. A graduate of the Simon Fraser University’s Writers Studio, Veeno is working on his first novel, a family saga that spans four continents and a 100 years; and on a short story collection exploring the themes of migration, colonialism, identity, and the notions of home and belonging. Veeno also works as a communications specialist for the BC Government.

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At the July 26 gathering of Surrey Muse, Veeno Dewan will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here: july-26-2019-gathering

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Yilin Wang – Surrey Muse

Yilin Wang is a fiction writer, poet and editor who has been published in various literary journals and anthologies including The Best of Abyss & Apex Vol.2, and, Grain, Contemporary Verse 2, Room, LooseLeaf Magazine, The Tyee, and Business Insider. Her short story ‘Drifters’ was a finalist in The Malahat Review’s Far Horizons Award for Short Fiction in 2018. Yilin is a Creative Writing MFA candidate at UBC, and she serves as a programming committee member for Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival. She was the assistant editor for two issues of Room ‘Let’s Make Contact’ (40.4) and ‘Magic’ (42.1). She is an experienced tutor and educator of literary arts, a content strategist, and a Chinese-English translator. At this time, Yilin is working on a fantasy novel inspired by Chinese martial arts legends, and she is writing a collection of short stories about travel and displacement. Now in Vancouver, Yilin has lived in China, the U.S., Scotland, and Canada.

More about Yilin
www.yilinwang.com
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At the August 24 gathering of Surrey Muse, Yilin will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here:
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