Robert Dawson teaches mathematics at a Nova Scotian university. He has been writing speculative fiction since 2010, and is an alumnus of the Sage Hill and Viable Paradise writing workshops. He has published more than forty short stories in places such as Nature Futures, AE, and the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics. His poetry has appeared in Rampike, Star*Line, and the Dalhousie Review. He also enjoys fencing, cooking, and cycling, and volunteers with a Scout troop.
H. Leighton Dickson grew up in the wilds of the Canadian Shield, where her neighbours were wolves, moose, perennial-eating deer and the occasional lynx… Continue reading