Writer-in-residence at Historic Joy Kogawa House in October 2017
June Hutton is a novelist and author who facilitates writing workshops at a treatment centre in East Vancouver. She has served as fiction mentor for Simon Fraser University’s The Writer’s Studio Online, and taught writing workshops at the University of British Columbia and at Langara.
Her second novel Two-Gun & Sun is inspired by Morris Two-Gun Cohen and Sun Yat-sen, and is narrated by a frontier newspaperwoman whose world is upended by these two. For a video synopsis of the novel, go to Two-Gun & Sun and click on the image at the bottom of the page.
Her debut novel Underground is about a Canadian’s search for identity as he journeys from the Somme to the Spanish Civil War. For a visual synopsis, go to Underground and click on the image at the bottom of the page.
For more information about June Hutton, visit her author website at junehutton.com.
June Hutton and Tony Wanless will release a new book Four Umbrellas: A Couple’s Journey Into Young-Onset Alzheimer’s releasing from Dundurn on October 17, 2020.