Queen Street West, looking west at Yonge Stree...

Queen Street West, looking west at Yonge Street (Toronto, Canada) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Joyce Wayne is a Victorian novel enthusiast. Her first novel, The Cook’s Temptation is being published by Mosaic Press. During the day, she teaches Journalism at Sheridan College in the Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design in Oakville, Canada. Joyce considers herself a literary  late bloomer;  she has returned to fiction after a lengthy hiatus and is following her dream of writing the novels that she has imagined for years.

Joyce is also an award-winning literary journalist, a former editor at Quill & Quire and editorial director at McClelland & Stewart Publishers.  Recently she published short fiction in TOK:6: Writing the New Toronto and was long-listed for the Exile Short Fiction Award.

She lives in West Queen West, and hosts a monthly writing group at The Depanneur on College near Dovercourt.


2 responses to “About

  1. Stan Wayne

    Joyce: This is your cousin from the US. Hope all is going well with you since our last meeting in Calgary. I would like to know if your novel has been published, and where I might be able to find a copy to purchase for my wife.

    • Hi Stan,
      It’s so good to hear from you. How are you and your family? I really enjoyed talking with you at the wedding.
      The novel is just finished and with my literary agent who will sell it to publishers in the fall. As soon at it appears, I will definitely let you know. It’s kind of you to ask.
      My email is joyce.wayne@sheridaninstitute.ca. It would be great to hear from you. Warmly, Joyce

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