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Writer in Residence

The Edmonton Public Library's Writer in Residence (WIR) program provides services to aspiring and established writers in Edmonton. Services include individual manuscript consultations, public readings and talks, information on the publishing process and networking with the writing community. The WIR hosts monthly events at various EPL branches. These sessions bring together writers of all abilities to network, talk about their writing, listen to guest speakers, and provide support and encouragement to each other. 

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About the Writer in Residence

Susie with Dog 2016

Susie Moloney

Susie Moloney has been a novelist, journalist, essayist and screenwriter for decades. Her second novel, A Dry Spell, has been published in 18 countries and translated into 12 languages. Tom Cruise optioned the film rights. Her other novels, Bastion Falls, The Dwelling, and The Thirteen have also sold in multiple countries, and languages. She is the author of a collection of short fiction,Things Withered. An award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and columnist, her first feature film, Bright Hill Road, has just been completed and will be screening soon. She's married to celebrated playwright, Vern Thiessen and together they are raising what is quite possibly the world's worst dog, Scrappy. He is the centre of their lives.

Contact the WIR

Susie Moloney is working out of the Highlands Branch. Her office hours are:

Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The first Saturday of each month: 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Drop by or make an appointment by reaching out to her at Susie.Moloney@epl.ca.

Writing Events

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This is the Year: A Guide to Getting Your Book Started

Jan 29th | 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Novel? Memoir? Screenplay? EPL's Writer in-Residence will walk you through the steps to take to getting your writing project on its way.

Writing Resources

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Frequently Asked Questions

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