Melodie Campbell achieved a personal best this year when Library Journal compared her to Janet Evanovich.
Melodie got her start as a comedy writer. In 1999, she opened the Canadian Humour Conference.
Melodie has over 200 publishing credits, including 5 novels and more than 40 short stories. She has won eight awards for fiction, and has served as a judge for the Arthur Ellis Awards, and for the City of Mississauga Literary Awards.
Melodie’s short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Star Magazine, Flash Fiction Magazine, ComputorEdge (San Diego), and many more. Additional publishing credits include Canadian Living Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, and The Hamilton Spectator.
Melodie has taught Crafting a Novel, Fiction Writing, Humour Writing, Write to Publish, and non-fiction writing courses at Sheridan College in Oakville. She is the Executive Director of Crime Writers of Canada.
Website & Blog: www.melodiecampbell.com
Speakers Bureau: Melodie is available to speak to your writing group or to lead writing workshops. Her specialties are short stories, dialogue, plot problems and humour.
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