Monthly Archives: July 2012
This coming weekend (Saturday, July 21), I’ll be teaching a mystery-writing workshop for teens at the North York Central Library (5120 Yonge Street). The website says ‘Meet Evan Munday!’, but let’s be honest, that’s not that exciting. More exciting is that we’re going to do some writing and work on a boss mystery together. Even [...]
Ever dream about the musical score for your book? Well, Aaron Chan, a Langara College student, made it so I no longer need to dream. I was astonished and flattered when this came up in my Google Alerts:
My final project for my Children’s Lit English class at Langara College. Using Evan Munday’s fantastic novel, The [...]
It’s been a week of good news. On Thursday, I was featured on the new website, Toronto Is Awesome, in the ‘Image Seeks Words‘ column. The column focuses on illustrators, comic book makers, designers and all others who pair words and images together.
Talented writer (and author of DOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains) Natalie Zina Walschots [...]