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Member news is a regular website feature designed to tell the world about our members' outstanding and wide-ranging skills and talents.
A Tale of Two Florists, the debut novel of Editors Calgary member Brenna Bailey-Davies, will be released on Thursday, March 9. Pre-orders are available directly from Brenna or in most bookstores.
Iva Cheung, Editors British Columbia member and previous recipient of the Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence, the President's Award for Volunteer Service and Karen Virag Award, has compiled her 10-year archive of monthly cartoons about editing and publishing in a print book, available in hardcover and paperback. Visit Iva's website to learn more. One dollar from each book sold will go to the Indigenous Editors Association.
Editors Toronto member Tania Pattison recently published Reflect, a textbook for advanced learners of English for Academic Purposes (EAP). Reflect is published by National Geographic Learning for its six-level Reflect series in reading and writing. Tania is currently writing more material for National Geographic.
Editors Ottawa-Gatineau member Virginia St-Denis was promoted to interim editor-in-chief at the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) on December 21. She has been CCSA's associate editor since July 2021, updating their style guidelines, including revamped sections on plain language and accessibility.
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