A dual citizen of Canada and the US, I’ve been making stuff up since the first grade. I’m a huge fan of tennis, chocolate and kick-ass boots. I live in Edmonton, Alberta. The wall in front of my desk is a 5’ x 11’ white board where I keep track of ideas, reminders, and inspiration. My characters are very demanding and rarely let me take a day off, and I don’t mind. I'm tickled to be represented by The Cooke Agency.


Education


2011 2014

University of British Columbia

Masters of Fine Art Creative Writing

While in the optional residency program I had the good fortune to study under Susan Musgrave, Peter Levitt, Charlotte Gill, Annabel Lyons and Gail Anderson-Darg... Read more

1982 1987

University of Alberta

Bachelor of Arts

I majored in English and minored in Comparative Literature.... Read more

Publications


Best of Luna Station Quarterly

Short Story: Icarus in the 21st Century was included in this anthology.

One Throne Magazine Issue 4, 2014

Short Story: The Past, of Course

http://www.onethrone.com/#!the-past-of-course/c1c3a

Empty Sink Publications February 2014

Short Story: - in beginning

http://emptysinkpublishing.com/archives/issue-4/beginning/

Infective Ink January 2014

Short Story: Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo

http://infectiveink.com/?p=1421

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper New Tales of Madness New Lit Salon Press Anthology 2014

Short Story: My Name is Not Jane

Luna Station Quarterly Issue 12 December 2012

Poem: Icarus in the 21st Century

http://www.lunastationquarterly.com/story/icarus-in-the-21st-century/

The Istanbul Review Summer 2012

Poems:
icarus
number 11291

Luna Station Quarterly Issue 10
June 2012

Short Story: Medusa Redux

http://www.lunastationquarterly.com/story/medusa-redux/

Little Bird Writing Contest May 2012

Runner up and Honourable Mention

http://www.sarahselecky.com/little-bird-contest/

filling Station #52 2012

Poem: genome project

http://www.lunastationquarterly.com/story/medusa-redux/

filling Station #49 2011

Poem: de dry bones

Room Magazine 2010 33.2

poem: the cartographer

Raving Poets

Open Mike Readings

Edmonton Poetry Festival 2010

poem: wordplay

Triathlete Magazine June 1988

Article: Are We Having Fun Yet?

Fait Accomplit Spring 1985 Vol 1

Short Story: See Through

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Current Projects

Ever wonder what happens when a nerdy programming savant goes from rule-follower to law-breaker? Jack Spriggins, that’s what.

The facial tattoo signalling a magical gift seals thirteen-year-old Tamalinn's fate – life in an underground prison realm.

The virus trapped him in his thirteen year old body, and the way things are going Tom won't survive long enough to see a cure.

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