VMI 2022 now accepting applications

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive (VMI) is now accepting applications for 2022. VMI pairs writers with professional authors to help develop their manuscripts to the fullest potential in a 6-month program. For all the details, please visit the VMI web site. Deadline...

Vancouver Manuscript Intensive Accepting Applications for 2020

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive is accepting applications for 2020. VMI is an in-depth one-to-one mentorship program that pairs you with a professional author to develop your manuscript to its fullest potential. Our newest mentor is the author of fiction, essays...
Claudia Caspar to receive Distinguished Artist Award

Claudia Caspar to receive Distinguished Artist Award

Claudia Caspar, author of the award-winning The Mercy Journals, and Vancouver Manuscript Intensive mentor, will receive the Distinguished Artist Award from FANS (Fund for the Arts on the North Shore) on Friday, November 2, 2018, at the West Vancouver Municipal Hall....
Becky Livingston Publishes Memoir: The Suitcase and the Jar

Becky Livingston Publishes Memoir: The Suitcase and the Jar

Becky Livingston, 2015 VMI alumna, will publish her memoir, The Suitcase and the Jar: Travels with a Daughter’s Ashes, on Sept 14, 2018. For twenty-six months, Livingston travelled to Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Australia, India, England, Ireland and North...
VMI alumna Jan Redford on Memoir, Marriage, Motherhood, and Mountains

VMI alumna Jan Redford on Memoir, Marriage, Motherhood, and Mountains

Jan Redford, VMI alumna and author of the memoir, End of the Rope: Mountains, Marriage, and Motherhood (Random House Canada, 2018) will be in conversation with Hal Wake, former director of the Vancouver Writers Festival and Angie Abdou, author of Home Ice (ECW Press,...