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Faulkner, Jay

Jay Faulkner resides in Northern Ireland though home is wherever his loved ones are—his wife, best-friend, and soul mate, Carole, and their two wonderful baby boys, Mackenzie and Nathaniel. While he’s a writer, martial artist, sketcher, and dreamer, he’s mostly just a husband and father. Jay’s short stories have been published widely both online and in print anthologies Jay founded and edits With Painted Words, a creative writing site with inspiration from monthly image prompts.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)



Felix, Roxanne

Roxanne Felix has been published in Canadian Living magazine, Howling at the Harvest Moon, and an on-line anthology featuring stories about Asian Canadian youth. She also collaborated on Seven Deadly Sins.

Books:
Women of the Apocalypse (2009 - story)



Fennell, Megan

Megan Fennell was born in Victoria, BC, but has spent the majority of her life in a variety of Albertan cities and considers herself a creature of the prairies. Having disqualified herself from the great Calgary versus Edmonton debate by obtaining degrees at both the University of Calgary and the University of Alberta, she now lives with her two cats in Lethbridge, Alberta, drawing inspiration from the more rugged beauty of the Badlands. She has previously been published in OnSpec Magazine, the charity anthology Help: Twelve Tales of Healing and won first prize in the 2013 Retreat by Random House Spooky Short Story Contest.

Books:
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Files, Gemma

Gemma Files is the author of the Hexslinger series — A Book of Tongues, A Rope of Thorns and A Tree of Bones. She has also written two collections of short fiction (Kissing Carrion and The Worm in Every Heart) and two chapbooks of poetry. Her short story “The Jacaranda Smile” was nominated for a 2010 Shirley Jackson Award, as was her novella “each thing I show you is a piece of my death”, which was co-written with her husband, Stephen J. Barringer. She has been a film critic, teacher and screenwriter, and is currently a wife and mother living in Toronto.

Books:
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead (2010 - story)
Chilling Tales: Evil Did I Dwell; Lewd I Did Live (2011 - story)
Chilling Tales: In words, alas, drown I (2013 - story)



Fire, Kaolin Imago

Kaolin Imago Fire is a conglomeration of ideas, side projects, and experiments. Outside of his primary occupation, he also develops computer games, edits GUD Magazine, and very occasionally teaches computer science. He has had short fiction published in Strange Horizons, Bull Spec, and Crossed Genres, among others.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)



Fitzpatrick, Sandra

Sandra Fitzpatrick lives in Calgary, Alberta, where she met Lynda Williams at Conversion Science Fiction conventions and got onboard with editing the Opus 5 anthology. A member of the Imaginative Fiction Writer’s Association, she contributed the story "Return" to Opus 2. A former biochemistry technician, Sandra now works in financial advising. She was born in Rhode Island and moved to Calgaqry in 1981 after meeting her best friend and future husband, Gary Renshaw, at the 1980 World Con in Boston.

Books:
Opus 5 (2012 - editor)




Fisher, Victoria

Victoria Fisher was born in England but now divides her year between Ottawa and Toronto, where she is currently studying English, History and Politics at the University of Toronto. She is distracted from her studies by her first love — a fascination for stories of all kinds.

Books:
Tesseracts Ten (2006 - story)
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead (2010 - story)



Flesher, Sheila

Sheila Flesher works at the Prince George Public Library. Shelia met Lynda Williams during her days as a student at the University of Northern B.C. when Shelia worked, briefly, in Lynda's web development lab.

Books:
Opus 4 (2012 - editor)




Flewwelling, Pat

Pat Flewwelling is the author of the science fiction novel Helix: Blight of Exiles, the dieselpunk series The Fog of Dockside City, and Judge Not, a biography co-written with falsely-accused and imprisoned Jonathon Parker. She writes almost anything that can be labelled dark, action-packed, and ironic.

Books:
Expiration Date (2015 - story)



Foottit, Kimberly

Kimberly Foottit is a graduate of McMaster University, where her first published science fiction story “Walter’s Brain” was set. She continually hammers out mystical and speculative writing in various forms, including an ongoing series of stories featuring the doppelganger John Smith), and she demonstrates a special penchant for “postcard” length flash fiction pieces. Kimberly lives in Hamilton with a mischievous kitten named Ernest.

Books:
Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound (2012 - story)



Forde, Pat

Pat Forde resides in Waterloo, Ontario, in a house with an ambitious garden; the gardener is his lovely wife Kathleen. Pat has been a Hugo finalist, a finalist for the Sturgeon Memorial award and for the British Fantasy Award, and both his sales to Analog have won the magazine’s annual Readers Award. Pat is proud to be a member of the community of Canadian SF writers.

Books:
Tesseracts Nine (2005 - story)




Forest, Susan

Susan Forest's first novel for young adults, “The Dragon Prince”, (Gage Educational Publishers) was awarded the Children's Circle Book Choice Award, and was chosen by Gage as one of two young adult novels to represent the company at a book fair in Berlin. Susan is a two-time Prix Aurora Award finalist and winner of The Galaxy Project, juried by Robert Silverberg, David Drake and Barry Malzberg. You can find her stories in Analog, Asimov’s, OnSpec, Blood and Water, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Tesseractsn Ten, Tesseracts Eleven, and AE Science Fiction Review, or in her collection, Immunity to Strange Tales (Five Rivers Press).

Books:
Tesseracts Ten (2006 - story)
Tesseracts Eleven: Amazing Canadian Speculative Fiction (2007 - story)
Tesseracts Fourteen: Strange Canadian Stories (2010 - story)
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)



Fowler, Christopher

Christopher Fowler is the multi-award winning author of over thirty novels including the recently released Bryant and May Off the Rails, the eighth novel to feature Bryant and May. In addition to writing novels and short stories Christopher has written comedy and drama for BBC Radio One (including the Sherlock Holmes story The Lady Upstairs), has written articles and columns for a variety of publications and recently completed Celebrity for the stage.

Books:
Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes (2011 - story)




Fradkin, Barbara

Barbara Fradkin is a retired psychologist with a fasci­nation for why we turn bad. She is best known for her easy-read novellas and her gritty, psychological detective novels featuring the exasperating, quixotic Ottawa Police Inspector Michael Green, two of which have won the Arthur Ellis Best Novel Award. However, she has also written more than two dozen dark, compelling short stories that haunt numerous magazines and anthologies. She loves the short story format for allowing her to explore the extremes of storytelling, even to the edges of the supernatural.

Books:
nEvermore: Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre (2015 - story)



Fraser, David

David Fraser lives on Vancouver Island. He is the editor of Ascent Aspirations Magazine. His poetry has appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Rocksalt, An Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry. He has published five collections of poetry and is a member of the League of Canadian Poets.

Books:
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Frey, J. M.

J. M. Frey is an actor, SF/F author, fanthropologist and pop culture scholar. She’s appeared in podcasts, documentaries, and on television discussing geeky things through the lens of academia. Her debut novel Triptych was named one of Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2011, and was nominated for a handful of awards including two Lambda Literary awards and a CBC Bookie. Her more recent works include Hero Is a Four Letter Word; The Dark Lord and the Seamstress; “Whose Doctor?” in Doctor Who In Time And Space.

Books:
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)
Expiration Date (2015 - story)




Friis-Baastad, Erling

Born in Norway, Erling Friis-Baastad has spent much of his life in the Yukon Territory. During the 1950s space race, he was entranced by “artists’ renditions” of future space settle­ments. Later, when exoplanets filled the news, he launched upon a “poet’s rendition” of humanity’s attempts to survive elsewhere in the universe.

Books:
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Fuller, David Jón

David Jón Fuller was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he now lives, but has also lived in Edmonton. He earned an honours degree in theatre at the University of Winnipeg and studied Icelandic for two years at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík. He's been the editor of North America's oldest surviving ethnic newspaper, Lögberg-Heimskringla, and his fiction has been published in The Icelandic Canadian Magazine, Mythic Circle, Alien Skin Magazine, Tesseracts 17, In Places Between, The Harrow, and Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History . He currently works as a copy editor for the Winnipeg Free Press.

Books:
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)


Furminger, Sabrina

Sabrina Furminger is a writer and essayist based in Vancouver, BC. Her speculative fiction has appeared in Ricepaper Magazine, OCW Magazine, and Luna Station Quarterly. In 2009, her historical coming-of-age tale Powder Blue was shortlisted in FreeFall Magazine’s Prose & Poetry Contest. Sabrina published her first novel (a paranormal romance entitled The Healer) in 2011.

Books:
Danse Macabre: Close Encounters with the Reaper (2012 - story)




Galler-Smith, Barbara

Barbara Galler-Smith resides in Edmonton with John, her fabulously supportive husband, and two incredibly cute Yorkshire terriers. After a hiatus from everything but working for money and pet care brochures, she returned to the quirky world of writing science fiction and fantasy.

She's a member of Edmonton's Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Group. "The Cult of Pain", and co-founder, with writer-editor Ann Marston, of the emerging new writers group, "The Scruffies" (named for a group-written story's main character, not for their personal conditions). She's also busy editing with On Spec magazine.

Books:
Druids (2009 - novel)
Captives (2011 - novel)
Warriors (2013 - novel)



Gates, Jaym

Jaym Gates met herself coming through three doors the other day, and the world split asunder…sorry. Really, she’s PR Manager for Raw Dog Screaming Press; editor of Crossed Genres Magazine; publicist for underground entertainment media group NBTV; editor of the anthology Rigor Amortis; and author, volunteer, and blogger.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - editor)
Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring ’20s (2011 - editor)



Gavin, Richard

Richard Gavin is one of Canada’s most acclaimed authors of macabre and occult fiction. His tales have sold to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dark Discoveries, and Horrors Beyond, and have been collected in the books Charnel Wine, Omens, and The Darkly Splendid Realm. Richard lives in Ontario, Canada, where he is at work on a supernatural novella and a fourth collection of weird tales.

Books:
Chilling Tales: Evil Did I Dwell; Lewd I Did Live (2011 - story)



Getty, L. T.

L. T. Getty studied creative writing at both the University of Winnipeg and the Canadian Mennonite University. Her short stories have been included in several anthologies. When she is not writing, she works as a paramedic.

Books:
Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound (2012 - story)



Gilks, Marg

Marg Gilks has a list of writing credits for poetry, articles, and short stories that spans twenty years and three countries (Canada, USA, and Britain). When not writing herself, she works as a freelance editor and writers’ mentor through Scripta Word Services, helping other writers hone their fiction and polish their prose. She considers speculative fiction the ultimate form of escapism — in what other genre can you create your own universe?

Books:
Tesseracts Nine (2005 - story)



Gillett, M. G.

M. G. Gillett is a Calgary writer, and has won and placed several times in short story competitions held in Calgary. He loves the idea of a Canadian style of writing — that Canada has some real living talent with amazing original ideas.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)




Gilman, Laura Anne

Laura Anne Gilman is the author of the "Cosa Nostradamus" urban fantasy novels, as well as the mainstream fantasy Weight of Stone: Book 2 of The Vineart War. She lives in New York City, where she also runs d.y.m.k. productions, an editorial consulting company.

Books:
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story)



Ginther, Chadwick

Chadwick Ginther's writing has appeared in On Spec, and he has written reviews and articles for Quill and Quire, Prairie Books NOW and The Winnipeg Review. When he is not writing, he is the genre book buyer for Canada's largest independent bookseller. His novels Thunder Road and Tombstone Blues were nominated for the Prix Aurora Award.

Books:
Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound (2012 - story)
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)



Girón, Sèphera

Sèphera Girón is the author of a dozen published books, she’s also penned hundreds of short stories, blogs, articles and horoscopes.

Books:
Expiration Date (2015 - story)



Godby, Ben

Ben Godby writes mysteriously thrilling pseudo-scientific weird western adventure fantasy tales. He lives in Ottawa, Ontario with a girl, two dogs and a cat. Ben is part of the Codex Writers’ Group and his book reviews have been published in Strange Horizons. He is a business communications specialist, a videogame addict, and a heavy metal enthusiast. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy from McGill University and is a part-time student in the University of Ottawa’s French MBA program.

Books:
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)



Goddard, Patrick T

Patrick T. Goddard is a Montréal writer, translator, and performer. His plays include the musical Johnny Canuck and the Last Burlesque.

Books:
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)



Goldman, Ken

Ken Goldman, former English and Film Studies teacher, lives in Pennsylvania and the South Jersey shore. His stories received seven honorable mentions in The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror and appear in over 750 publications in the U.S., Canada, the UK and Australia. He has written five books, You Had Me At ARRGH!!, Desiree, Donny Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Star-Crossed, and Of a Feather.

Books:
Expiration Date (2015 - story)



Goldberg, Kim

Kim Goldberg was a political journalist for twenty years. She is the author of four nonfiction books. Her articles have appeared in Macleans, Canadian Geographic, Columbia Journalism Review, The Progressive, and many other magazines in North America and England. Her output has been poetry and short fiction, much of it speculative, appearing in PRISM International, Dalhousie Review, On Spec, filling Station, Chimera and elsewhere. She is a winner of the Rannu Fund Poetry Prize for Speculative Literature, and a Lampert Award finalist for Ride Backwards On Dragon, a full-length collection of poems about martial arts and Taoist mysticism. Her Red Zone collection of poems on urban homelessness has been taught in university literature courses. Kim’s speculative writings have appeared in Tesseracts Eleven, Here Be Monsters, Zahir Tales, Switched- On Gutenberg, On Spec, and elsewhere. She lives in Nanaimo where she periodically co-hosts an Urban Poetry Café on Radio CHLY. In 2006, she curated the Urban Eyes Art Exhibition featuring the work of 52 artists and architects on the theme of urban development after a vacant lot on her block was bulldozed for condos, exposing a homeless encampment. Little known fact: Under severe pressure, she will fake-out fellow birders on Big Day (when competition is cut-throat) with a white plastic bag tied to cattails in the middle of a marsh.

Books:
Tesseracts Eleven: Amazing Canadian Speculative Fiction (2007 - story)
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)


Goss, James

Biography currently unavailable.

Books:
Professor Challenger: New Worlds, Lost Places (2015 - story)



Goslee, Sarah

Sarah Goslee is well on her way to mad-scientisthood, having taught her dog to purr and her cat to play fetch. She works in a mysterious government research lab by day, and writes speculative fiction and SF-related nonfiction by night. Her work has appeared in Crossed Genres and Clarkesworld, and she is a regular contributor to the Science in My Fiction series.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)



Gotlieb, Phyllis

Phyllis Gotlieb is a professional writer who has published five volumes of poetry and nine novels (eight of which are Science fiction). She has also written two short story collections and edited numerous others. Her works have appeared in over nine languages worldwide. Phyllis Gotlieb passed away Tuesday July 14th in Toronto. She was said to have been Canada's first Science Fiction author. Phyllis Gotlieb was an inspiration for all Canadian Science Fiction authors and will be deeply missed.

Books:
Tesseracts2 (1987 - editor)
Blue Apes (1995 - collection)


Gougeon, Angèle

Angèle Gougeon is a Canadian writer and artist, with several short stories published in literary magazines and the creator of several more book covers. Though she's recently branched into the digital art world, she finds her roots in the traditional mediums of watercolors and acrylics. She writes stories of all genres, but has always been especially drawn to the fantastical and tales of the paranormal.

Books:
Sticks and Stones (2016 - novel)



Graham, Jack

Jack Graham is an expatriate Chicagoan living in Boston, but he plans on relocating to Mars as soon as conditions are favorable. He writes for the award-winning, trans-human, sci-fi RPG, Eclipse Phase.

Books:
Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring '20s (2011 - story)



Gray, Andrew

Andrew Gray's stories and poetry have appeared in numerous publications, including On Spec, The Malahat Review, Prairie Fire, Event, Grain, Fiddlehead and Chatelaine. He was awarded On Spec's Lydia Langstaff Memorial Prize in 1996, was nominated for the National Magazine Award for Fiction in 2000 and has been shortlisted several times for the CBC/Saturday Night Literary Award. He was a finalist for the 2000 Journey Prize for his short story "Heart of the Land". His first collection of short fiction, Small Accidents, was published by Raincoast in the fall of 2001 and was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson award in BC and an IPPY independent publisher's award in the US. He is now the coordinator of UBC's Optional Residency MFA program in Creative Writing and lives on Vancouver Island with his family.

Books:
Tesseracts Eleven: Amazing Canadian Speculative Fiction (2007 - story)


Grech, Amy

Amy Grech has sold over one hundred stories and three poems to various anthologies and magazines including: Dead Harvest, and Shrieks and Shivers from the Horror Zine. Amy is an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association.

Books:
Expiration Date (2015 - story)



Green, Chris Marie

Chris Marie Green is the author of the "Vampire Babylon" series, which includes Night Rising and A Drop of Red. In 2011, Ace published her postapocalyptic urban fantasy western noir "Bloodlands" series.

Books:
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story)



Green, Simon R.

Simon R. Green has worked as a shop assistant, bicycle repair mechanic, actor, journalist, and mail order bride. And every day he’s glad he doesn’t have to do any of that any more. His best known series are the "Deathstalker" books, (like "Star Wars," only with a plot that makes sense,) the "Nightside" books, and the "Secret Histories," featuring Shaman Bond, the world’s most secret agent.

Books:
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story)



Greenwood, Ed

Ed is an award-winning Canadian writer and game designer best known for creating the Forgotten Realms® fantasy world. He’s also a New York Times bestselling author whose 140-plus books have sold millions of copies worldwide in more than thirty languages. Ed has also published more than seventy short stories (from SF and fantasy to horror, pulp adventure and mysteries), hundreds of magazine articles and columns, poetry, and scripts for comic books, radio plays and screenplays.

In real life, Ed is a well padded, white-bearded librarian often mistaken for Santa Claus. A Ryerson journalism grad, he was once hailed as “the Canadian author of the great American novel.” When not working in a library, he shares an old farmhouse with his wife, a reigning cat, and more than 80,000 books.

Ed’s most recent novels include Falconfar from Solaris Books and Bury Elminster Deep! from Wizards of the Coast.

Books:
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales (2011 - story)



Gresh, Lois

Lois Gresh is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of 27 books and 60 short stories. Her books are in 22 languages and include Eldritch Evolutions and Dark Fusions. Lois has received Bram Stoker Award, Nebula Award, Theodore Sturgeon Award, and International Horror Guild Award nominations.

Books:
Expiration Date (2015 - story)



Greylyn, Jennifer

Jennifer Greylyn has been writing for most of her life, mainly because her characters discovered early on that they could drive her crazy if she didn’t. (They wouldn’t necessarily mean to, but they could be quite insistent.) She started publishing her stories about three years ago, and they have appeared in markets as diverse as the magazines Abyss and Apex, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Neo-opsis to numerous print collections, most notably another EDGE anthology Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead. She has several writing projects on the go, again due to the demands of her characters who like the idea of seeing their stories reach a wider audience. She has tried to persuade them she could get more done if they’d let her concentrate on one project at a time, but they don’t seem inclined to cooperate. Talks are ongoing.

Books:
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead (2010 - story)
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales (2011 - story)



Gurgu, Costi

Costi Gurgu was born in Constanta, the 2600-year-old city on the Black Sea shore, and lives in Toronto with his wife, on the Ontario Lake shore. It is suspected that large bodies of water help Costi glimpse into other realms. That and some Dacian magic. His fiction has been published in Canada, the United States, England, Denmark, Hungary and Romania. He has sold three books and fifty-eight stories for which he has won twenty-four awards. He is currently working on two novels and his first screenplay.

Books:
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)



Gustainis, Justin

Justin Gustainis has been an Army officer, speechwriter and professional bodyguard. He is currently a college professor living in upstate New York. He is the author of The Hades Project, Black Magic Woman, Evil Ways. Hard Spell and Sympathy for the Devil. He has also published a number of short stories, two of which won the Graverson Award for Horror in consecutive years. He is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop.

Books:
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story and editor)



Hambly, Barbara

Since publishing her first fantasy novel, The Time of the Dark, Barbara Hambly has published more than 40 novels. Although she’s written across many genres, her work displays a special fondness for both fantasy and historical mysteries. A Guest of Honor at the 2008 World Fantasy Convention, Barbara’s recent projects include Renfield: Slave of Dracula and the historical Patriot Hearts.

Books:
Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes (2008 - story)


Hampton, Sr., S. S.

S. S. Hampton, Sr. is a Choctaw from Oklahoma, a divorced grandfather to twelve grandchildren (one more on the way), and a published photographer and photojournalist. He is a veteran of Operations Noble Eagle and Iraqi Freedom. His fiction has appeared in Horror Bound Magazine, Ruthie’s Club, Lucrezia Magazine, and The Harrow, among others, and in anthologies from Melange Books and Dark Opus Press. Forthcoming stories will be published by Ravenous Romance, MUSA Publishing, and MuseItUp Publishing. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Books:
Danse Macabre: Close Encounters with the Reaper (2012 - story)



Hannett, Lisa

Lisa Hannett grew up in Ottawa, Canada but now lives in Adelaide, South Australia — a city of churches, bizarre murders, and pie floaters. Her stories have appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine, Fantasy Magazine, Weird Tales, ChiZine, Shimmer, Electric Velocipede, On Spec, Midnight Echo, Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded, and the Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010. She has won three Aurealis Awards, including Best Collection 2011 for her first book, Bluegrass Symphony (Ticonderoga). Midnight and Moonshine, co-authored with Angela Slatter, will be published in 2012. She is a graduate of the Clarion South.

Books:
Tesseracts Fourteen: Strange Canadian Stories (2010 - story)
Chilling Tales: In words, alas, drown I (2013 - story)



Harris, Mary-Jean

Mary Jean-Harris enjoys writing historical and otherworld fantasy stories. She is a student at Carleton University in Ottawa studying theoretical physics and philosophy. Mary-Jean is the author of Aizai the Forgotten.

Books:
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Harse, Katie

In 1998, IFWA member Katie Harse was nominated for an Aurora Award for her 1997 story The Fishmonger's Emeralds.The Auroras are the "people's choice" awards of Canadian Science Fiction.

She holds a Master of Arts degree specializing in Gothic and Speculative Fiction.

Books:
Tesseracts Thirteen: Chilling Tales From the Great White North (2009 - story)



Hart, Geoff

Geoff Hart is a scientific editor, technical writer, and translator from Montréal.

Books:
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)



Harvey, Alyxandra

Alyxandra Harvey was born during an ice storm in Montreal. She lives in Ontario with her husband, dogs and a few resident ghosts who are allowed to stay as long as they keep company manners. She likes caramel lattes, tattoos and books. She is the author of The Drake Chronicles, Haunting Violet, Stolen Away and a poetry collection Briar Rose. Her first novel "Waking" (Orca Books)is a Young Adult modern-day retelling of Sleeping Beauty. She has had poetry published in such magazines as OnSpec, Room of One's Own and The Antigonish Review. When not writing, she is a bellydancer and bellydance instructor. She loves medieval dresses, Pride and Prejudice, used to be able to recite all of The Lady of Shalott by Tennyson, and has been accused, more than once, of being born in the wrong century.

Books:
Tesseracts Eleven: Amazing Canadian Speculative Fiction (2007 - story)
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Hayward, Amber

Amber Hayward lives in rural northern Alberta where she writes novels, short stories and poems.

"Even before I started school, I knew I would be a writer. Reading was a great part of my life and I knew that writers were needed to create those intriguing books. I wrote stories, poems, plays, and achieved publication in student newspapers and yearbooks. My first big success was an essay read on Peter Gzowski’s Monringside radio show, followed by a story published in one of his anthologies. Publication of many of my poems and some short stories gave me the impetus to attempt a novel.” -- Amber Hayward.

Amber Hayward is an internationally published author and poet. Somehow she finds time to write despite the demands of managing the Black Cat Guest Ranch in the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rockies, where she hosts and presents murder mystery weekends and flexes her fiction muscles with her Story 365 project: where she is writing a short story every day (for a year) and posting them on her website: amberhayward.ca.

Living in the scenic foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Amber finds inspiration in hiking and backpacking through the magnificent mountain parks.

Books:
The Healer (Children of the Panther: Part One) (2002 - novel)
Darkness of the God (Children of the Panther: Part Two) (2007 - novel)
Stolen Children (Children of the Panther: Part Three) (2011 - novel)


Hayward, Brent

Brent’s short fiction has appeared in several publications. He is a graduate of the Clarion SF Workshop, at Michigan State, and is the author of the novels Filaria, published in 2008, and The Fecund’s Melancholy Daughter, forthcoming. UK born, raised in Montreal, he is a recently returned expatriate. Currently, he lives in Toronto with his family.

Books:
Tesseracts Fourteen: Strange Canadian Stories (2010 - story)
Chilling Tales: Evil Did I Dwell; Lewd I Did Live (2011 - story)



Healy, Michael

Michael Healy was born in Toronto, Ontario but currently makes his home in the much colder Owen Sound, Ontario with his wife and her senile cat. Raised on a steady diet of superheroes, fantasy and science fiction from young childhood he was shaped into a writer from a young age. He is also three year member of the Academy of the Impossible’s Toronto Street Writer program.

Books:
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)



Held, Rhiannon

Rhiannon Held lives in Seattle, where she works as a professional archaeologist. Unfortunately, given that it's real rather than fictional archaeology, fedoras, bullwhips, aliens, and dinosaurs are in short supply. Most of her work is done on the computer, using databases to organize data, and graphics programs to illustrate it. Her debut novel, SILVER, is the first in an urban fantasy series from Tor.

Books:
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)



Henderson, C. J.

With some 60 books under his belt, author C. J. Henderson, creator of supernatural detective Teddy London and, now occult investigator Piers Knight, welcomes all to come to his website, to comment on his story here, and to read others which he posts for the enjoyment of all.

Books:
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story)



Henighan, Tom

Viking Terror and Demon in My View, both YA novels (2006-7), are his 14th and 15th published books. His fiction includes The Well of Time (1986), an adult novel about the Vikings in North America, short-listed for the Seal Books first novel award; Mercury Man (2004), short-listed for the Red Maple award for YA fiction; Viking Quest (2001), the first novel of the Rigg series of YA novels about the Vikings. In addition, he has published two volumes of short stories, Tourists from Algol (1983) and Strange Attractors (1991).

He has also published three books on Canadian arts and culture: The Maclean's Companion to Canadian Arts and Culture (2000), Ideas of North (1997), and The Presumption of Culture (1996). Tom was formerly Associate Editor of Ottawa Revue, an influential arts and entertainment journal of the 1970s-80s. Some of his articles and reviews have appeared in other Canadian journals and newspapers, including the Globe and Mail, The National Post, The Toronto Star and the Ottawa Citizen. His report on arts and culture for the City of Ottawa resulted in the founding of Arts Court, the city's municipal arts centre, and he continues to take an interest in neighbourhood matters.

Books:
Strange Attractors (1991 - collection)


Hernandez, Alex

Alex Hernandez is a Cuban-American science fiction writer based in South Florida, and the first of his family to be born in the U.S. His most influential experience with (written) science fiction was as a kid, when he checked out a collection of Isaac Asimov short stories from the public library and immediately connected with the author’s immigrant story. Perhaps because of that, the themes of migration, colonization and posthumanism permeate his work, which usually blend the subgenres of space opera and biopunk. His stories have previously been published by Bean Books, The Colored Lens, Interstellar Fiction and others.

Books:
Tooth and Talon (2017 - novel)



Hetherington, Miriah

Miriah Hetherington lives outside of Seattle, Washington with her husband, three daughters, and two cats. She’s a vegetar­ian, recycles compulsively, and earned a BA in physics long ago. Miriah’s interest in writing snuck up, pounced, and took over mid-way through her life. Her first published short story "Dream Catcher" appeared in the September 2012 issue of Penumbra eMag, and she has another story forthcoming on the Drabblecast.

Books:
Urban Green Man (2013 - story)



Hodge, Brian

Brian Hodge is the award-winning author of ten novels of horror and crime/noir, over 100 short stories, novelettes, and novellas, and four full-length collections. His most recent collection, Picking The Bones, from 2011, was honored with a Publishers Weekly starred review. Of his story in Danse Macabre, he says, "This was inspired by an incident in the life of notorious mob killer Richard Kuklinski, who really did make a man await his murder to see if his prayers would be answered."

Books:
Danse Macabre: Close Encounters with the Reaper (2012 - story)



Holder, Nancy

Nancy Holder is the New York Times bestselling author of over 80 novels and 200 short stories, essays, and articles. She has received five Bram Stoker Awards, among others, and is the current vice president of the Horror Writers Association. She has written material for Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Beauty and the Beast; Teen Wolf; Smallville; Kolchak the Night Stalker; Sherlock Holmes; the Domino Lady, and others, and edits comic books and graphic novels for Moonstone Books. She teaches in the Stonecoast MFA Creative Writing Program through the University of Southern Maine. She lives in San Diego, California.

Books:
Danse Macabre: Close Encounters with the Reaper (2012 - story)
Expiration Date (2015 - story)
nEvermore: Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre (2015 - story)



Holt, Erika

Erika Holt writes and edits speculative fiction and has stories in Shelter of Daylight and Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales. Recently she co-edited Rigor Amortis, a flash fiction anthology of zombie erotica, and her current anthology project, Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring ‘20s, is now out. She also interns for award-winning anthologist Jennifer Brozek, reads slush for Scape, and contributes to the Inkpunks blog. When not writing or editing fiction, Erika likes to snuggle her dog, paint her toenails strange colors, and, of course, dance (ballet mostly, though she’s taken jazz, tap, and Bollywood classes, as well). Erika was born and raised in Calgary.

Books:
EvolveTwo: Vampire Stories of the Future Undead (2011 - story)
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales (2011 - story)
Rigor Amortis (2011 - editor)
Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring ’20s (2011 - editor)



Holt, Kay T.

While in school. Kay T. Holt was described as "incorrigible," and she’s been a living definition of that ever since. She loves deserts far more than she enjoys desserts, and if the opportunity arose, she’d trade a lifetime eating the latter for a lifetime dwelling in the former. She’s known for being maniacally kind and ruthlessly irregular.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)



Homan, Dianne

Dianne Homan was born in Englewood, NJ, across the river from the bustling-est city on earth. She now lives a world, and a continent, away in a log cabin off-grid in the wilderness outside Whitehorse, Yukon. She is an arts education advocate and enjoys nothing more than incorporating art, drama, music and dance in her work as a teacher and in her imaginings as a writer. Her stories and essays have appeared in anthologies and magazines, and she co-edited two volumes of Urban Coyote.

Books:
Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast (2013 - story)



Hopkinson, Nalo

Nalo Hopkinson has many nationalities and identities. This makes her as Canadian as they come. She is the author of three novels (Skin Folk, Brown Girl In the Ring and Midnight Robber - both of which were nominated for the Philip K. Dick award)and a short story collection, any of which you may or may not agree is science fiction. She has edited two fiction anthologies and co-edited two more. She is the recipient of the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, the World Fantasy Award, and the Gaylactic Spectrum Award, and at this writing is currently shortlisted for the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for Black Writing. She thinks plurality rocks. She currently lives in Toronto, Canada.

Books:
Tesseracts Nine (2005 - editor)



Hore, Ronald

Ronald Hore, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, can be found sailing on Lake Winnipeg when he’s not writing or critiquing for an on-line magazine. Two of Ron’s short stories and a poem were published in a collection issued by a writer’s group and he won first prize in a Canadian Authors Association contest for a ghost story published in their 2006 anthology. Supervised by his wife and a large, demanding cat, Ron has “waiting-to-be-published” novels on topics such as reincarnation, alternate history, fantasy, and a detective who tangles with vampires.

Books:
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead (2010 - story)



Howells, Sacha A.

Fredericton expat Sacha A. Howells was a 2014 National Endowment for the Arts Distinguished Fellow at the Hambidge Center.

Books:
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)



Hubbard, Lee Danielle

“Well, to begin with, I could not really read until grade five. I continued on as an atrociously creative speller until well into middle-school. I always told stories in my head. I attempted my first novel in grade five, back when I spelled fire like ‘fyr’ half the time and could not master words like ‘they’. That one didn’t work so well. In grade eight I finished my first long piece. I have written one a year ever since, barring my nomad year in Australia.” — Lee Danielle Hubbard

Lee Danielle Hubbard was born in Victoria, BC, and still considers the Island her home. She lived in Victoria until the age of nineteen, before striking out for Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, safe with her backpack and notebook for company. After a few more adventures around Canada, she has now returned to the Island to resume her studies in art history at the University of Victoria.

Danielle’s poetry has appeared in many literary magazines, including Event and the Claremont Review. She has jointly compiled several chapbooks, the most recent of which is entitled “We Have Osmosed”. Clan of the Dung-Sniffers is Danielle’s first novel.

She prefers to write early in the morning. After an hour’s run, swim, or bicycle adventure, dawn’s first light will find Danielle curled up on the couch with a pen in one hand and an apple in the other.

When Danielle is not writing, adventuring or eating she is most likely to be found at her easel, indulging in the joys of oil paints.

Books:
Clan of the Dung Sniffers (2008 - novel)



Huff, Tanya

Following three years in the Canadian Naval Reserve, a year studying forestry, a winter hanging around Universal studios, a degree in Radio and Television Arts, and time spent managing North America's oldest surviving SF&F bookstore (Bakka-Phoenix back when it was only Bakka), Tanya Huff moved to rural Ontario with her partner Fiona Patton and began writing science fiction and fantasy full-time—or as full-time as possible around the needs of nine cats and eighty acres of land. Her twenty-five books range from heroic fantasy (the Quarters books) through humour (the Keeper Chronicles) to military SF (the Torin Kerr Confederation series) and include Scholar of Decay a novel set in TSR's Ravenloft universe as well as four short story collections.>/P>

Her books have been translated into seven languages (eight if you include British English) and her five book Blood series, an urban fantasy/vampire/mystery mix which predated the current vampire craze by about fifteen years, was adapted into the 22 episode television series Blood Ties—a process she enjoyed every moment of. And not only because it was the first time in twenty-five years she actually got to use her degree. The three book Smoke series has now also been optioned for television so we'll see where that goes.

She tends to watch more action than drama—Supernatural, Castle, Bones, Fringe, NCIS—loves Guy Ritchie movies, and thought the Star Trek reboot rocked. Her tastes in books ranges across the board depending on mood at the time. When she's not writing, or gardening, or dealing with the cats, or watching TV, or reading, she practices the guitar and spends far too much time connecting with the world one hundred and forty characters at a time.

Books:
Stealing Magic (2005 - collection)
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead (2010 - story)
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives (2011 - story)



Jeff Hughes

Jeff Hughes was born and raised in the small farming community of Shamrock, Prince Edward Island, Canada, by his parents Edwin and Lynn, and with his brother and sister, Jason and Jennifer. After completing his academic studies, Jeff has been an environmentalist, a researcher, and even a school teacher, but his passion has always been for writing. Now, he lives in the frigid climate of Northern Alberta, Canada, with his beautiful wife Virginia and their precious baby girl Kaleigh. Any free time Jeff now has, which is rare, is still spent planning, writing, and editing his next story.

Books:
Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound (2012 - story)



Hughes, Matthew

Matthew Hughes writes science fiction and science-fantasy. His alter ego, Matt Hughes, writes suspense fiction. His SF/F novels include: Fools Errant, Fool Me Twice, Majestrum, The Spiral Labyrinth, Template, Hespira, and The Other. His short fiction appears in Asimov’s, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Postscripts, Lightspeed, and Interzone. He has been short-listed for the Aurora, Nebula, Philip K Dick, A.E. Van Vogt, and Endeavour awards.

Books:
Tesseracts Ten (2006 - story)
Wrestling With Gods (Tesseracts Eighteen) (2015 - story)



Hutton, Nadia

Nadia Hutton is a social service worker, science fiction writer, and playwright. Her debut play Liar premiered to a sold out run at the Theatre on King in Peterborough, Ontario. She has also been published in Good Mourning Media's anthology No Place For Us. She currently lives in Waterloo where she juggles her many paid and volunteer social service gigs.

Books:
Stranger King (2015 - novel)



Jackson, Neil

Neil Jackson runs the small press publisher ‘Ghostwriter Publications’ on the Jurassic Coast in Southern England, with his partner, Sarah. A self confessed addict of creature features and crytozoology, as well as an obsession with the folklore surrounding the yeti and sasquatch, he has recently edited his first anthology, with the the apt title, Creature Feature.

When the workaholic is not at his desk or working at various book fairs, he can be found in any number of local bookstores searching for tomes on his heroes, Robert Falcon Scott or Lord Horatio Nelson. His first novel, Boar, was released in November 2009.

Books:
Gaslight Grotesque: Nightmare Tales of Sherlock Holmes (2009 - story)


Jakober, Marie

Award winning author Marie Jakober graduated with honors from Ottawa’s Carleton University. She has written nine novels, including The Demon Left Behind, Even the Stones, The Mind Gods and Sandinista. Her novel The Black Chalice was awarded the Independent Publisher Book Award and Only Call Us Faithful received the Michael Shaara Award for Excellence in Civil War Fiction.

Marie was born and raised on an isolated homestead farm in northern Alberta. Few neighbors, no school; she took her first eight grades by correspondence. Books were scarce until she was fifteen or thereabouts, when she was able to take advantage of a 'borrowing by mail' library. "In such an environment, the life of the imagination takes on a central importance."

At age thirteen, Marie won an international competition based in India with a poem called The Fairy Queen. This attracted a great deal of attention and many rewards, including a scholarship which enabled her to attend university. Marie graduated from high school in Edmonton, and from university (Carleton) in Ottawa, with distinction. Since then she has held a variety of jobs but has always considered her real work to be writing.

All of her work is, in one way or another, about power. Who has it and why? Who doesn't have it and why? What happens to people and societies when power relationships become seriously unequal? How are power structures and power relationships created, how are they maintained, how are they changed? What ideas and myths form their foundations? What are the connections between power and religion? Power and sexuality? Power and ethics? Power and the use of violence?

Jakober's first book, The Mind Gods, set in 2350, explores what happens when the inhabitants of a small colony planet develop extraordinary psychic powers along with their severe, mind-centered religion. Sandinista and A People in Arms are contemporary novels dealing with the Nicaraguan revolution. Even The Stones examines the coming of patriarchy to an ancient realm of the Goddess. The Black Chalice, a man's belief in his own right to total power threatens the entire medieval world. And The Demon Left Behind is an urban fantasy.

Where do these ideas come from? "The gods, I presume. The Unknown. Chaos. Certainly no place to which I can draw a map. It feels as though I do not choose my stories; rather, they choose me. And when they decide they want to be written, they're very insistent about it."

"As a result I'm very disciplined when I have a work in progress. Get up early (sixish) and maybe an early morning walk. I almost always sit down with a pot of coffee and some appropriate music (medieval, American Civil War-whatever 'links' with the work in hand) and spend the first thirty or forty minutes just listening, letting the music create a mindspace and focus my concentration."

"Once a project is well underway, most of my available time goes toward it-daytime to writing, evenings to related reading and research. I still see my friends, but most everything else suffers."

When time allows, Marie is addicted to music, good ethnic food, challenging conversations, and yes, believe it or not, hockey.

Marie Jaober passed away March 26, 2017.

Books:
The Black Chalice (2000 - novel)
Even the Stones (2004 - novel)
The Demon Left Behind (2011 - novel)


Jecks, Michael

Michael Jecks is the author of thirty-five novels published by Headline, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster; he has been writing for twenty years. A past chairman of the Crime Writer’s Association, he was also a founder of the Historical Writers’ Association and created Medieval Murderers— a performance group of historical crime writers. In quieter moments he has written short stories and novellas for anthologies, and a modern spy ebook, Act of Vengeance. His books are translated and pub­lished all over the world.

Books:
nEvermore: Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre (2015 - story)



Jeffries, Sagan

Former world curling champ Ed Lukowich (writing as Sagan Jeffries -- to keep his careers from colliding with each other) claimed his last Brier Purple Heart in 1994. Although he still throws rocks once a week, his focus now is on his first book, The Trillionist - which has nothing to do with the sport that made him famous (he did author three curling-instruction books and a coffee-table book on curling in the 1980s).

"I've been interested in science-fiction since I was a kid," said Lukowich, who lists Carl Sagan and Arthur C. Clarke among his favourite science-fiction authors. "I find it interesting. Some people read fantasy novels, I enjoy science fiction."

The initial idea for The Trillionist, now in final edit, began 14 years ago, when Lukowich was working as a curling instructor.

"I really can't remember why I started writing The Trillionist, but I had a first draft completed in 1998," said Lukowich. "It was quite a bit different than it is now. Then I got busy with Sportsnet (as a colour commentator in the early days of the Grand Slam circuit) and USA Curling (as its athlete development director) and it got shelved. I would look at it on the bookshelf once a year and think, 'Oh, I'd like to finish that one day.' "

That opportunity came in 2009 when Lukowich resigned his USA Curling position; he pulled the manuscript off the shelf and started writing, revising and writing some more.

"I've had a lot of experiences that kind of prepared me along the way," said Lukowich. "Reading a lot of science fiction helped; being on Sportsnet, I had to learn how to be a little more creative. On the other hand, I think it's been more difficult than I ever imagined, you know? I've written the book more times than I thought I ever would. I've finished the book four times now; I'd pick it up a day later, or I'd talk to someone a day later, and go, 'Oh, I have to redo all of this.' But I'm at the point now where I'm not writing any more. At some point in time, you have to say, 'Hey, time to get your fingers off of that thing.' "

Lukowich laughingly concedes that there's no correlation between curling and science fiction, although it's possible there may be a reference to the sport in the final book.

Books:
The Trillionist (2013 - novel)



Jenkins, Michele Ann

Michele Ann Jenkins was born and raised in California, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, but has spent most of her post- University life living and travelling abroad. She was drawn to computer programming because of her love of science fiction and now writes science fiction when she needs a break from computer programming. Recently, it dawned on her that writing elegant code has a lot in common with composing functional stories. She lives in Montreal with her husband, two children, two cats, and too many books.

Books:
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales (2011 - story)



Jim, Calvin

Calvin D. Jim is an Asian-Canadian writer and editor of Asian speculative fiction whose works have appeared in Rigor Amortis and Crossed Genre Quarterly. He lives in Calgary with his wife and two children, no pets and no garden gnomes.

Books:
Rigor Amortis (2011 - story)
Shanghai Steam (2012 - editor)



Jiwa, Arun

A graduate of the 2012 Viable Paradise SFF Workshop, Arun Jiwa lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

Books:
Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen) (2016 - story)



Johanneson, Patrick

Patrick Johanneson was born, raised, and still lives in Manitoba. He works as a webmaster as a small university, volunteers at a second-run/art-house theatre, teaches judo, and writes SF and fantasy. His short stories have appeared in On Spec and online in Ecclectica and InterText. He is working on a novel, Everything that Never Happened, about sailors and the undead (but not, it must be noted, about pirates and zombies).

Books:
Tesseracts Fourteen: Strange Canadian Stories (2010 - story)



Johanson, Paula

Paula Johanson is a professional writer and editor who also teaches creative writing in Victoria, Canada. Her critical essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy have appeared in Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults and in Supernatural Fiction Writers.

Books:
Tesseracts7 (1998 - editor)
Opus 6 (2012 - editor)



Johnson, Matthew

Matthew Johnson is a writer and teacher who lives in Ottawa with his wife Megan. He has published stories in Asimov’s Science Fiction, On Spec, and Space and Time, as well as the anthologies Time for Bedlam and Deathgrip: Exit Laughing. He has written two novels, both of which reside currently in Slush Pile Limbo, and is at work on a third. “Closing Time” was workshopped in its early stages by the Stone Stories workshop group at Queen’s University, to whom many thanks are due.

Books:
Tesseracts Ten (2006 - story)



Jordan, Ace

Ace Jordyn is a YA fantasy and mystery author, editor and contest judge who believes in firing imaginations and empowering the dreams of children of all ages.

Books:
Shanghai Steam (2012 - editor)



Judson, Theodore

Theodore Judson is an American science fiction writer. He is the author of Tom Wedderburn's Life (2002), Fitzpatrick's War (2004) and The Martian General's Daughter (2008). He grew up in a farming community in western Wyoming and graduated from the University of Wyoming.

Books:
Hell Can Wait (2010 - novel)


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