Explore that question in thirty-two short stories written by a diverse mix of the best authors in Canada, including award-winning veterans of their craft, and brand new talent. Featuring the work of Jed MacKay (Daredevil: Man Without Fear, Edge of Spider-Geddon), Ali House (The Six Elemental, The Fifth Queen), Jon Dobbin (The Starving), and more.
Dystopia from the Rock
“This massive collection is well worth the money, and even those who might not lean to Dystopian fiction should give it a try, I’m glad I did.,” – Amazon.com Reviewer
Ellen Curtis was born and raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Her aptitude for the written word began at a young age, when she began filling paper with stories and other scribbles. Those scribbles eventually began to make more sense, and in 2008 she published her first collection of short stories. Since then, she has gone on to co-author the Infinity series with Matthew LeDrew, among her other literary endeavors.
Ellen earned her Bachelor of Arts from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2015, and was under the illusion that completing her studies would mean she would have more free time. In reality, it simply means she does more reading, albeit for work. When she actually does find a spare moment, she enjoys spending time near the ocean nursing an espresso and daydreaming about the day she can fill her home with the happy bleating of Pygmy goats.
Erin Vance is an editor and a graduate of the Memorial University of Newfoundland English Honors Program.
Erin won the Arts and Letters competition when she was just 14 years old in 2007 with her short story, “Something White.” She is featured in the Nelson Literacy 7 Homegrown (Newfoundland Edition) with her poem “Rough Draft.”
Erin wrote her Honors thesis paper, Song of the Mockingjay on exploring the nature of Katniss Everdeen’s agency in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series. She is creative, spiritual, and loves reading, writing, and anything to do with words.
Erin is the co-editor of the From the Rock anthology series, which highlights Newfoundland talent in genre writing.
Erin is the editor-in-chief for Engen Books.