Matthew Heiti was born in Sudbury, and holds an MA from the University of New Brunswick. His fiction has appeared in many periodicals and journals, and his plays have been workshopped and produced across the country. A Genie ?-nominated screenwriter, he is currently at work on a novel about two brothers fighting a dark presence that stalks the wasted sulphur hills of their neighbourhood.
This week we brought you book picks from some of the coolest authors around to help you find the best book gifts, spilled the holiday beans about Bingemas, and upped our book-safety knowledge.
Featuring hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all the readers on your holiday gift list, our Gift Guide Week is as lit as it gets. Today's book recommendations come from super-cool (and not just because he makes his home in the frosty land of Sudbury) playwright ... Read more
We're starting to come down from our sugar high after our internet birthday (we turned two!) on Thursday so we'll likely be under a pile of new fall books this weekend, taking it easy. We hope you're having a relaxing and enjoyable weekend too! Read on for some bookish news ... Read more
Screenwriter, playwright, novelist. Matthew Heiti is a writer of many disciplines. On the occasion of the publication of his new young adult play, Black Dog: 4 vs the wrld by Playwrights Canada Press, we asked him to share some of his creative process.
This week in book events: Playwrights Canada Press celebrates their thirtieth anniversary with a party in Toronto; authors K.D. Miller, Diane Schoemperlen, Ray Robertson, and Matthew Heiti (among others) get wild at Waterloo's Wild Writer's Literary Festival; in Ottawa, Chaudiere ... Read more
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