David Jon Fuller: This is who I am

Copy editor by day, freelance writer and editor anytime outside of that. Born and raised in Winnipeg, MB except for stints in Edmonton, AB and Reykjavík and Snæfellsnes, Iceland. Recently finished working on a retro-’80s hair-metal werewolf novel called Bark at the Moon.

Some recent writing credits (short fiction, unless otherwise noted):

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I was interviewed about my writing by Adam Petrash for The Uniter here and by Colleen Anderson, one of the editors of Tessseracts 17, here.

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P.S. If you ended up here search for “David Jon Fuller,” I don’t blame you for not putting the accent on “Jón.” It’s Icelandic and just helps me differentiate my actual name from that of an abbreviation of Jonathan (because it’s not).

12 thoughts on “David Jon Fuller: This is who I am

  1. Howdy! Thanks for following “Postcards” 🙂 I haven’t had much experience with werewolf stories, other than watching “Big Wolf on Campus” and having seen the “Thriller” music video ^_^;; But a retro-80s hair-metal werewolf sounds intriguing!

    • “Big Wolf on Campus”? Hmmmm… I don’t know that one. Is that an episode of the new Teen Wolf? I watched the first few episodes but wasn’t sold on it. I think werewolves generally get short shrift in movies and TV, but I’m always open to see something new. Thanks for stopping by!

      • No problem! Actually, “Big Wolf on Campus” was a TV show in the late 90s, about a guy who gets bitten by a werewolf one summer, and spends senior year having goofy bad-guy-fighting adventures with his nerdy friend Merton, and trying to find a cure. There’s an IMDB synopsis here.

  2. I found your blog after reading your reply to the GR Bullying site. This blog is such a gold mine, and your response to authors treating their books like babies is nothing short of beautiful.
    You are, honestly, a wonderful person.

    • Thanks Lyn! It became clearer over at The Booksluts that part of what was going on at the GR Bullies site was that some were piling on reviewers who criticized poor author behaviour, not necessarily those who posted negative book reviews — but my point still stands, I think. You don’t send your baby out into the world on its own — you make sure it’s grown up enough to make it.

  3. Do you remember Wolfman Jack? He might have been an exclusively American phenomenon. I remember him fondly but vaguely, since I was just a kid.

    • Oh yeah! They used to (re?)play his broadcasts on the local oldies station here in Winnipeg in the 1980s. I was totally uninterested in that genre of music but had to admit he made his choices sound interesting. My dad was a regular listener 🙂

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