Line Dufour

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Industry Arts
Occupation writer and artist
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Introduction A native Torontonian, Line Dufour was educated and worked in Toronto for several decades until she moved to just outside Quebec City in 2021. Since 2016, she has been enrolled in creative writing courses at the University of Toronto, and has studied with Kim Echlin, Ibi Kaslik, Danila Botha, and David Layton. In addition she has also taken writing workshops with Elisabeth de Mariaffi and and Cordelia Strube. She completed the Humber School for Writers program with Camilla Gibb as her mentor in 2020, during which time she worked on her first novel. Since then, she has obtained a Master of Arts with Distinction in Creative and Critical Writing from University of Gloucestershire, UK while she worked on her second novel. Her short story, Exile, has appeared in two anthologies, one published by La Maison de la Littérature in Québec City and a literary magazine published by the University of Gloucestershire. Several of her poems have also been included in these same publications. Queen’s Quarterly will be publishing her poem Finding the Words, along with the accompanying artwork, in its April 2024 literary magazine.