Myrl Coulter

Myrl Coulter has a PhD from the University of Alberta where she taught in the Department of English and Film Studies for eight years. She won a 1995 National Screen Institute Drama Prize for her short screenplay Willpower. her memoir, The House with the Broken Two (Anvil), a delicate portrait of adoption, won the SFU First Book Competition. Coulter has been a cashier, a bank clerk, an X-ray technician, a stay-at-home mom, a receptionist, a sales representative, a small business owner, and a stills photographer in the film industry. She has been a writer all her life. Born in Winnipeg, she now lives in Edmonton AB.