Calls for submissions/auditions, People, Posts

Renaissance is looking for readers!

There are so many amazing stories out there, and every time we open ourselves to submissions, we become inundated with them, and it’s become evident that we need help! Please read below to see if this is something that might interest you, and please share this call with your network! What will I be reading?… Continue reading Renaissance is looking for readers!

Events, Uncategorized

We’re participating in awesome events in Fall 2019!

There are so many great events where you'll be able to meet our authors, buy books, listen to readings, and more. Here's a list of upcoming amazing things, but please visit our Events page for details! Word on the Street: Harbourfront Centre, Toronto | Sunday September 22 10am – 5pm Multi-author book launch: The 3… Continue reading We’re participating in awesome events in Fall 2019!

Authors, People

Nathan Caro Fréchette

Nate is one of the founders of Renaissance. He has studied creative writing, art and design, graphic novels, and graphic design. He is the main designer for Renaissance's books and games, Renaissance's main project manager, and Renaissance's accountant and event manager. Nate is also known as the author Caroline Fréchette, and has written 6 books… Continue reading Nathan Caro Fréchette


Myryam Ladouceur

A graduate from Algonquin College's Professional Writing program, Myryam Ladouceur interned at Renaissance Press, polishing her acquired editing skills on fiction manuscripts, before becoming a full-fledged editor. In her spare time, she writes spooky short stories and tries to learn stop-motion animation. Follow her on Twitter @MyryamLadouceur or on Instagram @myryam_l

Authors, Uncategorized

Sue Taylor-Davidson

Sue Taylor-Davidson lives in Ottawa.  Her life has been full and happy, with a wonderful husband and 3 great step-children, a large extended family, commitment to Aboriginal issues, research jobs, library work, babies, animals (specifically cats), editing, NGOs dedicated to education and library development, lots of gardening, knitting, Shakespeare research, reading, art and writing.  She… Continue reading Sue Taylor-Davidson