Workshops

Papercut & Paste: Make a Zine with Suzanne Sutherland

From sci-fi writers, to punks and riot grrrls, people have been making zines for nearly 100 years. What's a zine about? Anything you want! Join YA author and former zine librarian Suzanne Sutherland to explore the history of zine-making and learn to make your own from start to finish.

Facilitated at various branches of the Toronto Public Library, 2016 to present

This workshop is also available in a virtual format

Selected Panels and Events

 

FOLD Kids Book Fest: Virtual Pitch Perfect, October 2020

Whistler Writers Festival: Insights from Insiders - Trade Publishing in Canada Today and Virtual Literary Speed-Dating, October 2020

Toronto Public Library Teens: YA Author Virtual Q&A, June 2020

Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD): Virtual Pitch Perfect, May 2020

Northern Hearts Conference: Pitch Sessions and YA Panel, September 2019

Ryerson University: Careers in English Panel, June 2019 

Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD): Pitch Perfect, May 2019

West End Phoenix: Co-Host, Double or Nothing Fundraiser, May 2019

Ryerson University: Careers in English Panel, June 2018

University of Toronto Mississauga Scribes: Publishing Panel, February 2018

Whistler Writers Festival: Publishers Roundtable Discussion and Literary Speed-Dating, October 2017

CANSCAIP Packaging Your Imagination: Publishing Panel and One-on-One Manuscript Evaluations, November 2016

Word on the Street Toronto: Judge, Inspire Teen Reads Competition, September 2016

Canadian Writers' Summit First Page Challenge: YA/Children’s Edition, June 2016

Hart House Literary and Library Committee: YA Panel, November 2014

Word on the Street Toronto: Host, Broken Pencil Magazine's Zine Race, September 2014

Investing in Children's Book Camp London: “My Path to Publication and the World of Children’s Publishing”, August 2014

Word on the Street Toronto: YA Panel "We Found Love in a Hopeless Place", September 2013