One of Our Own Beats Out Margaret Atwood!

One of Our Own Beats Out Margaret Atwood!

We are absolutely chuffed here at Stories in the North to announce Elizabeth Creith is this year’s recipient of Ontario Library Service North’s Louise de Kiriline Lawrence award for non-fiction. The award recognizes a Northern Ontario author who has made an outstanding contribution to Northern culture. And catch this:¬†Elizabeth was shortlisted alongside another none other […]

Local authors shortlisted!

Two Thessalon-area authors have been shortlisted for the Louise Kiriline Lawrence award in non-fiction. This award is given each year by the Ontario Library Service – North to a book by a Northern writer. Paton Lodge Lindsay’s book “The King of Algonquin Park” and Elizabeth Creith’s book “Shepherd in Residence” have both made the short […]

Mark it on your calendars! May 12th!

That’s the date for the next reading and set of workshops presented by Stories in the North. Our guest author for the day will be Elizabeth Creith. Elizabeth was a regular on CBC Sudbury for many years, and also a featured writer/broadcaster on Richardson’s Roundup. She recently completed a book based on the “Shepherd in […]

A new year for Stories in the North

We’re excited to announce our events and guest authors for 2012! We’re planning another Open Mike event, with our usual cash prizes, date to be announced. For all of you looking for literary gifts as well as the thrill of bidding, we’ll be having our regular Silent Auction. New this year, a writing competition. Although […]