Latest Novel: Broken Chain

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Over the years Sandi Plewis has finished in win, place and show positions in several short story contests. Most notably, she won first place in the Alice Munro Short Story contest and also had two third-place wins in the same contest. Sandi has been honoured with several top ten finishes in the Ten Stories High anthology. She’s had short stories accepted into literary journals including The New Quarterly and The Windsor Review, as well as numerous smaller publications. As well, she’s had poetry published in The Saving Bannister and The Price of Eggs anthologies.

Sandi has taught creative writing since 2006 in Bayfield, Stratford, St. Catharines and Kitchener/Waterloo. She has also freelanced for two magazines and written play reviews for area newspapers. She currently edits and critiques for selected clients. As well, she has co-written a World War Two screenplay, along with a one-hour, family-based television series. Her debut novel, Broken Chain, was published at the end of June 2016. It is the first of four novels that she’s currently marketing for publication.

A graduate of the Humber School for Writers, Sandi still belongs to a Humber writing group. She also co-authored an instructional booklet called In Pursuit of Poetry and Prose with poet Elizabeth Glenny. Through her involvement with the Niagara branch of the Canadian Authors Sandi has extensive experience in critiquing and editing.