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Writer-In-Residence program helps local writers of all genres

Writer-In-Residence program helps local writers of all genres

Whether you are writing a children’s book or a screenplay, Jordan Wheeler can offer some guidance.

“The frightening step, the vulnerable step, is to have someone else look at it,” said Wheeler. “Even professional writers get that nervous anticipation.”

Wheeler was selected as the Winnipeg Public Library 2018-2019 Writer-in-Residence. He has been writing for more than three decades and has written for several TV shows including Arctic Air and North of 60. He wrote his first book when he was 18 years old.