Candice is a Contributing Editor at Matador and a MatadorU faculty member based in Newfoundland, Canada. She's also an award-winning blogger and full-time traveler and freelance writer. With a degree in English and Professional Writing, Candice's work has been featured in various publications like SOAR, ahoy!, Marine Atlantic Onboard Magazine, Reader's Digest, and the Newfoundland Quarterly. She's the sole Newfoundland travel writer in the Travel Media Association of Canada, and is also a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association and Professional Travel Bloggers Association.
The roots of this story are so fantastical, yet somehow so appealing; even the average Joe can appreciate it.
If you write fiction, AND travel, this book is worth examining.
I feel like it’s important to connect to the places we visit via literature.
Many of us, especially the 80s babies, grew up on Williams’ work. It might seem silly, but Mrs. Doubtfire is one of the most memorable movies from my childhood. Everything about it.
On top of being a riveting read, it’s also a damned fine example of beautiful travel literature.
These people are so beautifully imagined, it’s almost heartbreaking to know they’re not real.
It’s bit of a cliché to be an Atwood fangirl, isn’t it? Oh well. I adore her.
This Stephen King book is part memoir and part killer guide to writing, no matter your genre or style.
[Feature photo: Klearchos Kapoutsis] I’m back in Canada after some extended travel in Europe, which means my regression into a couch potato is imminent. I’ve been spending a lot of time online…
[Feature photo: Giuseppe Milo] Title: Beyond Belfast, Will Ferguson The skinny: Offbeat, charming, and filled with humour and insight, Beyond Belfast is the story of one man’s misguided attempt…