Today we are proud to bring you the second story in our Holiday blog roll, Elric Storm Saves the Winter Solstice, a story by MJ Lyons. Update! We will be bringing you these stories three times a week until the solstice instead of the originally planned twice a week!. Check out our original blog post to find out more… Continue reading Elric Storm saves winter solstice by MJ Lyons
Today as part of our holiday blog roll, we bring you an announcement! Our neighbour and friend 'Nathan Burgoine has just launched his brand new holiday novella Faux Ho Ho today. Check out his blog to read all about it!
Today we are proud to bring you the second story in our Holiday blog roll, The Magic of a Wish, a charming tale of holiday witchcraft by Jamieson Wolf. We will be bringing you these stories twice a week until the solstice. Check out our original blog post to find out more about the schedule and the… Continue reading The Magic of a Wish by Jamieson Wolf
We are proud to present the first in our series of holiday stories and posts! It's three weeks until the solstice, which is a time for a lot of different celebrations all around the world. We return this year to what we hope will become a yearly tradition at Renaissance: an advent calendar of stories,… Continue reading Stuck in a cabin for the holidays by Éric Desmarais
Robert has called Vancouver home since 1982, but grew up in the small town of Northern, New Brunswick. As he reaches his golden years, it feels like he's been writing forever - poetry, short stories, scripts for stage and film, and journaling his gay life since 1988. He is a past Canadian Film Centre Writer… Continue reading Robert Hamilton
Renaissance is so proud to announce that so many of our projects and authors have qualified for a Prix Aurora Award in 2018! The Prix Aurora Awards are public awards, which means if you see something on the list below you think deserves to win, you can go make yourself an account here and nominate… Continue reading Look at all these nominations!
Su J. Sokol is an activist and a writer of speculative, liminal, and interstitial fiction. A former legal services lawyer from New York City, she immigrated to Canada with her family in 2004 and now makes Montréal her home. Su works as a social rights advocate for a community organization where she speaks French (and English)… Continue reading Su J. Sokol
Stephen Graham King lives in Toronto. His first book, Just Breathe, tells the funny, blunt, uncompromising story of his three year battle with metastatic synovial sarcoma. Since then, he has concentrated on writing speculative fiction, in particular, queer-themed space opera, and his short fiction has appeared in the anthologies North of Infinity II, Desolate Places… Continue reading Stephen Graham-King
Elizabeth Hirst is an author, animator and all-around arts junkie from Hamilton, Ontario. She began writing books as a child, because she couldn't find enough books that made rural Niagara magical. Her previous credits include They Called Her Canada: The War Diaries of Nursing Sister Bessie Beyer and contributions to the Mousehunt and Levynlight apps. On a typical weekend, you can… Continue reading Elizabeth Hirst
MJ Lyons is a writer, journalist and game maker. Covering arts and culture, he has written for dozens of publications, and penned a five-year-long column with a colleague on lesser known LGBT history, History Boys, for Xtra, Canada's national queer news source. Recently he has contributed writing to game projects including LongStory, a LGBT-positive dating sim for… Continue reading MJ Lyons