The Dundurn Blog

Andre Babyn Nanowrimo Blog

For me the hardest part about writing literary fiction is having something to work with. Once you have a full draft it’s only a matter of time before it becomes what it is. But building out that first draft, in the face of everything that it could be, that it will not be, that you want it to be—that’s difficult.

 

Dundurn Press, a leading independent Canadian publisher, is seeking an editorial intern and a marketing intern. Read on for details.

Editorial Internship

Dundurn is seeking an editorial intern to assist in our busy editorial department. In supporting the editorial team, the intern will have the opportunity to work on books throughout their production — from acquisition to final printer-ready files. 

Daughters of Light Blog Tour

Daughters of Light

Posted on November 5 by Mary Jennifer Payne in Teens

Smith shakes her head sadly. “Your resistance defies logic, Jasmine. A population of only a few

hundred thousand will ensure that the Earth’s remaining resources are protected. Think of the

animals, the birds, the insects that will be saved by our reducing the destruction that

overpopulation has wrought.”

 

 

A very strange thing happened between the time I began writing the opening pages of Finding

Weird Stories Gone Wrong Blog

It seems like a few months ago I began writing the Weird Stories Gone Wrong middle-grade series, but here I am five years later introducing Quinn and the Quiet, Quiet, the sixth and final book!

 

In a moment of quiet (quiet) reflection, here are my top 5 take-aways from the experience:

 

1. What’s my favourite book in the series?