Katherine Govier is the author of twelve novels including, The
Ghost Brush, which has been translated into French, Spanish and
Japanese. Her novel Creation, about John James Audubon in Labrador,
was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 2003. She has also
won Canada's Marian Engel Award (1997), the Toronto Book Award
(1992), and has twice been shortlisted for the Trillium prize.
Today she is the founder and Director of The Shoe Project, working
to improve the written and spoken English of immigrant women.
Katherine travels often between Toronto and Canmore, Alberta.
Sarah Clement is a graduate of Langara College and Emily Carr
University of Art and Design. She has participated in solo
exhibitions in Vancouver, and, most recently, in Berlin, where she
lived for the past year. Sarah takes her inspiration from the
natural world and is interested in telling visual stories through
whimsy and detail.