2019 Year of Authors: 18 – 22 Mar

We’re in week 11 of our 2019 Year of Authors! Now that you’ve had some time to get adjusted to daylight savings, why not take advantage of the increased daylight hours with some good stories from your favourite authors? 

Here’s our line-up for the eleventh week …

18th – 22nd March 2019

Monday: Emily Osborne, Issue 17

Poet Emily Osborne Standing in front of seascape with mountains in background

Emily Osborne is a researcher, translator, and poet living in British Columbia, Canada. She earned a PhD in Old Norse-Icelandic literature from the University of Cambridge and recently held a postdoctoral fellowship in medieval literature and linguistics at the University of British Columbia. She has taught mediaeval literature and poetics at Cambridge and UBC and published several scholarly articles. Her poetry has appeared in The Literary Review of Canada and Symposium, and she was runner-up for Eyewear Publishing’s first Fortnight Prize. Emily has also published translations of Old English and Old Norse poetry in academic journals and books.

Issue 17 cover featuring stellar artwork by Britt-Lise Newstead

Tuesday: Epiphany Ferrell, Issue 20

Author Epiphany Ferrell loose hair and red lipstickEpiphany Ferrell writes most of her fiction in southern Illinois at Resurrection Mule Farm, named for a mule that survived a lightning strike and was, according to sources, never “quite right” afterwards. She is an editor at Flash Fiction Magazine, and her story, ‘Every Town Has One’ appeared in Issue 20.

Issue 20 cover with tech-slum cover by Ben Baldwin

Wednesday: Eric Del Carlo, Issue 13

Eerie photo of author Eric Del Carlo

Eric Del Carlo’s fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Analog, Strange Horizons, and many other venues. His novels include The Golden Gate Is Empty, co-written with his father Victor Del Carlo, as well as the Wartorn series published by Ace Books, co-written with Robert Asprin.

Issue 13 cover by Zoran Pekovic

Thursday: Eric Johnson, Issue 12

Eric Johnson is a northern BC artist who specializes in watercolour and India ink painting. His work has appeared in such anthologies as Cloudscape Comics’ Mega Fauna and Epic Canadiana #2 (the second a collaboration with Bevan Thomas), and Seven Stories Press’s The Graphic Canon, Vol 1 (a collaboration with Michael Stanyer).

Issue 12 cover by Melissa Mary Duncan

Friday: Erin EvansIssue 20

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, glasses and close-upErin Evans grew up on the West Coast of Canada and has worked as a high school English and Creative Writing teacher for the past 18 years. She is passionate about her two children, husband, creative projects, bookstores, tea, and good food. ‘The Hub’ is a story that snuck up on her, and it is her first publication credit, as it garnered an honourable mention from Jack Whyte and Diana Gabaldon at the Surrey International Writers’ Conference in 2017.

Issue 20 cover with tech-slum cover by Ben Baldwin

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