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Doug Whiteway

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Winnipeg Free Press

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Winnipeg Free Press

1355 Mountain Avenue

Winnipeg, Manitoba,R2X 3B6

Canada

Company Description

Winnipeg Free Press Archive provides fully searchable historic newspaper articles from the Winnipeg Free Press. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Mystery Editor

Signature Editions


Affiliations

Manitoba Editors' Association

Treasurer


Education

degree

journalism

Carleton University


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Manitoba Writer's Guild

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New Candidates: Corey Dyck, Allan Levine, Bertrand Nayet, Marika Prokosh, Doug Whiteway.
Doug Whiteway Doug Whiteway has been working and playing with words for nearly four decades, which is remarkable since he's only 49, which suggests either precociousness or outright fibbing. He has worked as a writer and editor for newspapers, including the Winnipeg Free Press, and magazines, including Canada's History (formerly The Beaver). He contributes to nonfiction books as a writer and edits both fiction and nonfiction. Under the pseudonym C.C. Benison, he is the author of seven crime novels. His last board appointment was to the Manitoba Editors' Association, of which he is a founding member.


Manitoba Editors' Association

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Doug Whiteway
Treasurer Doug Whiteway Doug Whiteway has been a writer and editor since before time began. A Carleton University journalism school graduate, he has worked as a reporter and feature writer for the Winnipeg Free Press. As an independent writer, he has contributed to numerous magazines, newspapers, and corporate communications. From 1998 to 2007 he was associate editor, then editor, of the Beaver, Canada's History Magazine. Under the pseudonym C.C. Benison, he has written three mystery novels set in England - Death at Buckingham Palace, Death At Sandringham House, and Death at Windsor Castle, which have been translated into three languages, as well as a mystery novel set in Winnipeg - Death in Cold Type. He has been a recipient of a National Magazine Award, two Western Magazine Awards, and an Arthur Ellis Award for best first mystery novel.


Manitoba Editors' Association - 2009–2010 Events

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Doug Whiteway started his editorial career as a journalist, became an author of mystery novels, a magazine editor (for the magazine formerly known as The Beaver) and more recently has been editing mystery fiction for publishers Heartland Associates and Signature Editions for.
His next novel Twelve Drummers Drumming is scheduled for publication by Bantam Books in 2011. Doug says his job as editor is to help the writer find where the real story begins and to bring balance to the story. In his position, he not only edits, but also selects manuscripts that his company will publish. Doug Whiteway: Doug Whiteway has written and edited nonfiction and fiction for numerous clients over more years than he cares to think about. Most recently, he has edited mystery fiction for Winnipeg publishers Heartland Associates and Signature Editions, the latter of which published his crime novel Death in Cold Type in 2005. His next novel, "Twelve Drummers Drumming," is scheduled for publication by Bantam Books in spring 2011. Elsewhere, he is a Carleton University journalism school graduate and has worked as a reporter and feature writer for the Winnipeg Free Press and as an editor for the magazine formerly known as The Beaver.


www.thebeaver.ca

Doug Whiteway has been a writer and editor since before time began.A Carleton University journalism school graduate, he has worked as a reporter and feature writer for the Winnipeg Free Press.As an independent writer, he has contributed to numerous magazines, newspapers, and corporate communications.He is currently editor of the Beaver: Canada's History Magazine.Under the pseudonym C.C. Benison, he has written three mystery novels set in England (Death at Buckingham Palace, Death At Sandringham House, and Death at Windsor Castle), which have been translated into three languages, as well as a mystery novel set in Winnipeg, Death in Cold Type.He has been a recipient of a National Magazine Award, two Western Magazine Awards, and an Arthur Ellis Award for best first mystery novel.


www.historysociety.ca

Douglas Whiteway, Editor, The BeaverDoug Whiteway has been a writer and editor since before time began.A Carleton University journalism school graduate, he has worked as a reporter and feature writer for the Winnipeg Free Press.As an independent writer, he has contributed to numerous magazines, newspapers, and corporate communications.He is currently editor of the Beaver: Canada's History Magazine.Under the pseudonym C.C. Benison, he has written three mystery novels set in England (Death at Buckingham Palace, Death At Sandringham House, and Death at Windsor Castle), which have been translated into three languages, as well as a mystery novel set in Winnipeg, Death in Cold Type.He has been a recipient of a National Magazine Award, two Western Magazine Awards, and an Arthur Ellis Award for best first mystery novel.


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