Eunice Johnston

Eunice Johnston

Eunice is an award winning freelance writer with articles and short stories in many Canadian magazines and newspapers. She particularly loves travel writing. Her depiction of her own adventurous hike in an internationally recognized wetland was published in Nature Canada.

As both a student and a writer of the short story and novel genres for over ten years, Eunice is well plugged into the writing world. She regularly attends conferences on all kinds of writing, and particularly enjoys participating in discussions on writing for children.

Eunice is also a proficient editor and produces a quarterly news magazine for the Simcoe Historical Association.

"Check out columnists. You will see what you are partially responsible for unleashing on the world. I have been accepted as a columnist for this publication thanks in large part to the school and you for helping to give me the knowledge and conviction that I can write. Six of the columns I submitted to you as part of my course are being run this year. They are paying $0.75 to $1.00 a word. So I am getting spoiled very quickly. Many thanks for you fine course and your patience."

—Terry Schutz, Student

"Thank you for the latest assignment. I am thrilled to say that I am PUBLISHED! I was so pleased with the many positive comments and am anxious to get more articles in print."

—Judy Bailey, Student

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