B.R. Meston is a writer and a current student at Ryerson University in Toronto. B.R. enjoys writing fantasy novels, short stories and opinion editorials on a wide range of topics. When he is not writing, he enjoys listening to audio books or hanging out with friends. Check out his author website at http://brmeston.ca/
Bob Eslami is an emerging writer focusing on stories in the YA genre. His writing interests including short stories, novels, and screenwriting. After finishing his BA at Carleton University and before starting his post-graduate studies, he will continue developing his writing career as a freelancer. Bob is also interested in technical writing and one-day teaching in the field of Fine Arts: most likely creative writing. He has contributed short stories to "Mind Dwellers" and "What Lies In Wait", and is the author of a collection of short stories, "Blessed Heart". His first YA novel will be released in 2019.
Julia Lye was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and educated at Carleton University, Ottawa, for English Literature. Her interest in writing fiction began one March Break, long ago, when her sister suggested they each write a story to fill their boredom. Since then, she has never stopped writing, except to binge-watch TV shows and get creative with Dungeons and Dragons.
Julia has two short stories published with DeeBee Books in "The Stranger Side of Tomorrow" and "What Lies In Wait".
Connect with Julia at www.julialye.com
Amalia Lemay graduated from Carleton University with a Combined Honours B.A. in English in History. As a child she created intricate worlds as she and her friends roamed the school playground in search of adventure. She writes so that she may share her stories with others. In her spare time she enjoys cooking and failing miserably at baking cookies.
Connect with Amalia at amalialemay.com
David Allan Hamilton
David is the founder of deebee books and is the editor of several collections of short stories and poetry. He is also the author of "The Crying of Ross 128", manages the Ottawa Writing Workshops, and has taught at Carleton University. His new novel, "Echoes In The Grey", will be released in March, 2019
David is a graduate of Laurentian University (B.Sc. Hon, Applied Physics) and the University of Western Ontario (M.Sc. Geophysics). He has also undertaken post-graduate research at UWO and at the Bakhtin Centre, University of Sheffield.
Connect with David at www.davidallanhamilton.com
Other writers we have published through Ottawa Writing Workshops
Patricia De Leon
Nathaniel Neil Whelan