Tag Archives: Jen Storm

I Wrote a Book. Now What?: How Does Publishing Work?, Part Two

Every book passes through many hands before arriving at your local bookstore or library. We’ve developed a six-part series, How Does Publishing Work?, to shed light on a book’s journey to publication. From developing stories and characters, to editing and illustration, through to the publishing and marketing stage, this series takes a look at all […]

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International Women’s Day Author Roundup

At Portage & Main Press/HighWater Press, we are proud to work with incredible, groundbreaking women authors. In honour of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, read about some of our incredible women authors and their accomplishments.  Groundbreaking Educators Pamela Rose Toulouse Pamela Rose Toulouse, PhD, is originally from the community of Sagamok First Nation […]

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Jen Storm on Windigos and a Way of Life that Changed Forever 

Jen Storm is the author of “Red Clouds,” a story in the anthology This Place: 150 Years Retold. The story features illustrations and colour art by Natasha Donovan. In her author statement below,  Jen delves into the inspiration behind “Red Clouds” and shares what was important in writing from a woman’s perspective. * * * * […]

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