About Joyce

Joyce Wayne is based in Toronto, Ontario and considers herself to be a late bloomer;

“I have returned to fiction after a lengthy hiatus and am following my dream

of writing the historical novels that I have imagined for years.”

 

Joyce Wayne

Author • Adjunct Professor • Globe & Mail Blogger

 

Joyce Wayne has an MA in English literature, has taught journalism at Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, for twenty-five years, and lives in Toronto, Ontario. She was a winner of the Diaspora Dialogues contest for fiction and the Fiona Mee Award for literary journalism. She is the co writer of the documentary film So Far From Home (2010), a film about refugee journalists persecuted for their political views, and various of her other works have been published in Parchment, Golden Horseshoe Anthology, Canadian Voices, and TOK6.

Joyce Wayne writes a bi-weekly blog “Retirement Matters“, sponsored by HomEquity bank.

For more information please contact Joyce via the Contact page. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads. She is happy to participate in Books Clubs by phone and Skype.