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Brian Wilkinson

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Brian Wilkinson attempts to juggle multiple careers as an author, high school teacher, and librarian. He currently lives in East York, Ontario, with his wife, Catherine, and his two children, Owen and Nora, who served as the inspiration for the main characters in his first novels, Battledoors and Paramnesia. Brian was born and raised in [...]

Marina L. Reed

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Marina L. Reed has worked as a researcher and writer for CBC Television, has written for journals and online education programs, and has taught in public schools in Ontario, Europe, and the West Indies. Marina holds an M.A. from the University of Western Ontario, an Honours B.A. from the University of Windsor, and a B.Ed. [...]

Lynne Golding

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Lynne Golding was born and raised in Brampton, Ontario. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science from Victoria College at the University of Toronto before studying law at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She is a senior partner at the international law firm Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP where she leads their health [...]

BR Myers

Always in the mood for a good scare, B.R. Myers spent most of her teen years behind the covers of Lois Duncan, Ray Bradbury, and Stephen King. She is the author of several YA novels. Her contemporary coming of age book, Girl On The Run, was chosen by the Canadian Children's Book Centre as a BEST [...]

Craig Terlson

Craig Terlson grew up in Saskatchewan, and then, like a good Canadian, proceeded to live in three other provinces and visit the rest, finally settling in Winnipeg. After graduating from the Alberta College of Art and Design, he moved to Toronto and began a 26 year career of illustration, working for magazines and newspapers such [...]

Debby Dodds

Debby Dodds received her BFA in Drama/Acting from NYU  and her MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University. As an actress, she was featured in many independent films and television shows, improv comedy groups, stage shows at both Disneyland and Disney World, and even a special with Jerry Seinfeld. As a writer, Debby has stories published in [...]

Kris Faatz

Kris Faatz (rhymes with skates) is a pianist, writer, and teacher. Her first novel, To Love a Stranger, was a finalist for the 2016 Schaffner Press Music in Literature Award and received an honorable mention in that competition. Her short fiction has appeared in Kenyon Review, Potomac Review, Glassworks, Reed, Bluestem, and Luna Station Quarterly, among other journals. She has been a [...]

Mark Burley

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Mark is originally from Truro, Nova Scotia. His parents were teachers, which means he could have grown up around books, and he did, but mostly he marked biology tests for his dad and dissected whatever they had for dinner (true story). He attended Dalhousie University in Halifax to complete his science degrees and continued to [...]

Susan Marshall

One of four daughters — with an unfortunate son arriving smack in the middle — Susan was born and raised in an estrogen-fuelled household in Hamilton, Ontario. A big fan of university life, she graduated with a history degree from Western University, and library science and teaching degrees from the University of Toronto. Naturally disorganized, [...]

Leslie Welch

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From the very beginning, I’ve felt like a valued member of the Blue Moon family. Unlike other the other publishers I considered for my book, Blue Moon took the time to personally answer my questions. I could tell they were as excited about my novel as I was. It’s a true publishing partnership. I’m proud [...]