Terry Watada is a Toronto poet, novelist, playwright, essayist, historian, musician, and composer, with numerous publications to his credit. Five of his plays have received mainstage production. For his writing, music and community volunteerism, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. His recent published works include The Game of 100 Ghosts (Mawenzi House, 2014), Nishga Girl: a Tale of Love and Friendship (HpF Press, 2017), and The Three Pleasures (Anvil Press, 2017). His upcoming poetry collection, The Four Sufferings (Mawenzi House) and novel, The Mysterious Dreams of the Dead (Anvil Press) will be released in 2020.
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