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):
- “Night Class” appears in Corpus Deluxe: Undead Tales of Terror, Vol. 1 (Indie Authors Press).
- “Caged” appears in Guns and Romances (Crossroad Press.)
- “Black Smoke and Water Lilies” is published in the new edition of Insignia Vol. 2: Chinese Fantasy Stories.
- “In Open Air” appears in Accessing the Future (FutureFire.net Publishing).
- “The Harsh Light of Morning” is published in Tesseracts 18: Wrestling With Gods (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing).
- “The Wolves of Vimy” appears in Kneeling in the Silver Light: Stories From The Great War (The Alchemy Press).
- “A Deeper Echo” appears in the anthology Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History (Crossed Genres Publications) and was podcast on Far-Fetched Fables (stream or download for free here).
- “Sin A Squay,” published in Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada From Coast to Coast to Coast (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing).
- “No More Good Indian” took second place in the Robyn Herrington Memorial Short Fiction Competition and was published in In Places Between 2013.
- I wrote about Aboriginal soldiers in the First World War in “The Timber Wolves of War,” Winnipeg Free Press, Nov. 8, 2014 (non-fiction).
- I wrote about 1940s Canadian comic-book superheroine Nelvana of the Northern Lights in “Nelvana: Canada’s forgotten superheroine,” Winnipeg Free Press, Nov. 10, 2013 (non-fiction).
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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).