• 2018-05-18
    An established author in England before she immigrated to Upper Canada in 1832, Susanna Moodie is best known for her foundational settlement narrative, Roughing It in the Bush (1852).
  • 2018-05-18
    Author of a single book of poetry in 1871, Susie Drury later became an active advocate of women's rights in Toronto.
  • During her residence in Montreal from about 1834 to 1849, Theoda Davis Foster published her writings in Canadian periodicals.
  • Born in Brantford, ON, Theodocia Pearce overcame the crippling effects of childhood meningitis to achieve brief recognition for her literary fiction.
  • During the North-West Resistance, Theresa Delaney was taken captive at Frog Lake, an experience recounted in her only publication, Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear (1885).
  • During the North-West Resistance, Theresa Gowanlock was taken captive at Frog Lake, an experience recounted in her only publication, Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear (1885).
  • 2018-05-18
    Best known for her various positions in the civic administration of East York (just north of Toronto), True Davidson was also a published poet and author of several books for children.
  • 2018-05-18
    A lifelong resident of Nova Scotia, Una MacKinnon published one volume of poetry.
  • Valance Patriarche spent much of her writing life in Winnipeg, where she worked as a journalist and published two juvenile novels.
  • Primarily an artist, Ethel Vaughan Grayson published two books for students on art appreciation.
  • 2018-05-18
    Raised in Winnipeg's north end, Vera Lysenko wrote fiction and non-fiction about her Ukrainian heritage.
  • Verna Loveday Harden spent most of her life in Toronto, where she published poetry and prose in numerous periodicals and issued three collections of verse.
  • 2018-05-18
    Vida Mann is known to have published one play in 1937, the same year that she graduated with a BA from Acadia University.
  • Viola Leone Pratt, wife of poet E.J. Pratt, was an accomplished editor and an author of non-fiction, much of it relating to her religious faith.
  • Violet Alice Clarke was based in Toronto where she contributed to newspapers and published her only book of poetry in 1919.
  • Violet McNaughton's publications related to her long-term commitment to feminist, suffrage, and reform issues in Saskatchewan.
  • 2018-05-18
    Virna Stanton Sheard spent most of her life in Toronto, where she became a well-known poet and novelist.
  • 2018-05-18
    The woman known as "Widow Fleck" published a booklet of poetry in Montreal in 1833.
  • Winifred Bambrick won the Governor General's Award for fiction for her only published novel, Continental Review (1945), based on her experiences as a harpist, touring Europe during the 1920s with...
  • Winifred M. Stevens was born in England and spent her adult life in British Columbia, where she produced two volumes of poetry.
  • The daughter of a British father and a Chinese mother, Winnifred Eaton adopted a Japanese persona and became the first person of Asian descent to publish a novel in North America.
  • Nova Scotian Zillah MacDonald published several plays and many books for children.
  • Caroline Bieler Brettell