I've been writing since I was a kid — and am partial to adventure stories that are funny and imaginative — the kind that 10-year-olds love. Most often those are the kinds of stories I  write, but I also dabble in sci fi and fantasy for adults. 

As well, I am the publisher and editor of ezine CommuterLit.com, which posts a new short story (max. 4,000 words) or poem each workday for people to read on their phones while commuting to work. We're always looking for submissions, so please check us out.

I also offer editorial services if you are looking for a professional opinion on your latest short story.

  • Toronto
  • JoinedAugust 20, 2012



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NancyKayClark NancyKayClark Feb 13, 2018 03:20PM
Since my (young adult) son Nathan and I are always talking about sci fi and speculative fiction books, we decided to have a little fun and record and post our conversations. We've started a podcast c...
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