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.”
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.