Non-fiction: The Medium Is the Author: Why the Internet needs tweaking to be more author friendly.
Bonus, Non-fiction: Musings from the Tower of Babel: How traditional publishing has held authors back and what they can do to push their own confines.
About the Author
Alexandra Kitty is a dangerous woman who is the author of the books Don’t Believe It!: How lies become news, OutFoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s war on journalism, Consumer-isms in 12 Easy Steps, The World’s Most Dangerous Woman, and Dr. Verity Lake’s Journey of a Thousand Revelations as well as numerous short stories and articles through A Dangerous Woman Story Studio. She has also written for Elle Canada, Maisonneuve, Presstime, Current, Quill, Critical Review, Skeptic, Broken Pencil, and Editor & Publisher. She taught writing at the Sheridan Institute and Mohawk College and currently teaches Metalwork Arts at Niagara College and the Dundas Valley School of Art. When she is not writing or silversmithing, she illustrates Cavewoman Graffiti. She won the 2004 Arch Award from McMaster University and lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
About the Editor
Andrea Sierer is an award-winning artist and jewelry designer who won first prize in beaded sculpture at the 2012 Treasures of Toho Emerging Artist Competition, the first Canadian ever to win top prize. Her work has been featured in the St. Catharines Standard and the Art Gallery of Burlington. When she is not editing, she designs her own line of jewelry at On the Flipside Designs. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario