Question:

What do the following authors (and their stories)
have in common?

Anukriti Singh‘s first published story, “The Peacock Feather”, appeared at The Lunaris Review

Crystal Bourque just released her FIRST NOVEL, EVE’S RETURN,
Crystal’s first published story, “I Bet She’s Right” was published in Lies With Occasional Truth.
Her SECOND published short story, “The Message”, appears in The Right-Eyed Deer.

Urve Tamburg published her FIRST NOVEL, THE DARKEST CORNER OF THE WORLD!

Angela Wood‘s story “” made the long list for the 2015 CBC Creative Non-Fiction Prize.

Mickey Falcone‘s first published story, “Behind the Curtain”, appeared in The Nashwaak Review.

Anna Newallo‘s story “Walkabout” won Third Prize in the Canadian Authors’ Association’s
“Ten Stories High” Short Story Competition!

James Beaton‘s first two published stories will appear in Bareback Magazine and Napkin Notes.

Carly Caruso‘s first published story, “Welcome to Body Worlds”, appeared in Bareback Magazine.

Valerie Connor‘s first published story, “Meeting Mister Ruaumoko” can be read in the November/December issue
of Bareback Magazine! Her second story, “Spiraling”, will appear in Halfway Down the Stairs.

Junie Ang‘s story “Yati and the Chinaman” made the shortlist in the
2013 Room Magazine Creative Non-fiction Competition!

Albert Choi‘s first published story, “100% Original”, appears in The Danforth Review.
He also has a story forthcoming in On Spec Magazine.

Dan Perry‘s first published story appeared in The Nashwaak Review!
Dan also has stories in (or forthcoming in) Broken Pencil, Hart House Review, The Nashwaak Review,
echolocation, White Wall Review, and The Broken City!

Julie McArthur‘s first published story, “Summer Sublet”, was published in issue 21.1 of Other Voices Magazine.
Her second published story, “Men and the Drink” was published as part of the Black Bile Press chapbook series.

Brad Weber‘s first published story, “Red Rubber Balls”, appeared in a recent issue of The Dalhousie Review.

Diane Wilson‘s first published story, “Little Bird”, will appear in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery.

Jennifer Oliver‘s first published story can be found at The Glass Coin.
Her story “Numbers” appeared in the respected journal Descant.

Sean Speake‘s story “Only the Question”, has been published at The Gloaming, and in their print edition as well.

Lilla Stewart has a story in the anthology Body Parts and Coal Dust, a collection of the best of The Whittaker Prize 2010.
Jennifer and Sean also have work included in this anthology.

Yvonne Harriott‘s short story, “Soft Willie’s Curse”, was published in the US-based magazine Phati’tude.

Greg Linfield‘s first published short story, “A Night of Fine Art and Danson”, was published in Black Heart Magazine. Another story, “Tobogganing Down the Mountainside on a Subway Ride to Hell” appeared in Bareback Magazine.

June Rogers’ short story “Sequins” was published in the UK webzine Alfie Dog.

Susan McCrae’s story, “The Smoke Under the Floorboards”, was published in Scribes Digest.

Answer:

All of the authors noted above were published after taking one of Richard Scarsbrook’s creative writing courses
(noted here)! AND, almost all of the aforementioned stories were developed in one of his workshops!