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Over the weekend, met thousands of authors at the annual The Word On The Street festival in Toronto

A banner that reads " Wordshop Marquee Featuring the Humber School for Writers."
The Wordshop Marquee was
a crowd favorite at this year's The Word
On The Street festival

As a sponsor of the Wordshop Marquee, coordinated by the faculty of the Humber School of Writers in Toronto, sent three of its employees to this year’s The Word On The Street festival to set up a booth and meet with authors. Their booth was stationed at the entrance to the Wordshop Marquee, which allowed them to listen to wonderful presentations by Mike O’Connor, Janice Sawerbny, Wayson Choy, Priscila Uppal, Eva Stachniak, Jack David, Antanas Sileika, Kim Moritsugu, Cynthia Good, Luba Lesychyn, Greg Ioannou, Richard Scrimger, and Hadley Dyer. They also had a chance to meet the eager authors who came to listen to the speakers.

"We were thrilled by the turnout and the opportunity to engage directly with our client base," declared Chandra Clarke, President of

"The Word on the Street proved to be an exciting experience, where we were able to have detailed discussions with authors about our service offerings and our unique ability to assist them in getting their books published," said Karen Ashford,’s Marketing Coordinator. "We were excited to see people from all over Canada getting to know our staff and our brand much better."

The Word On The Street also proved to be rich with potential employees.

The staff met several promising candidates who were interested in joining's team of remote editors. They also got the chance to meet some of the company's remote editors for the very first time!

The event was a huge success, and is already looking forward to next year’s The Word on the Street.


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