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If a hundred monkeys sat at a hundred typewriters, they would eventually ...

31 July 1966
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Jamie Mason owns a farm on Vancouver Island where he writes, cultivates strawberries and spends his free time constructing a thermonuclear weapon in the barn. His 2009 application to attend Clarion West was rejected. They'll be sorry.



Echo, (Drollerie Press, June 2011)

Short Fiction

The Meditation Machine, ON-SPEC Magazine, Q1/2010 Issue
Invention, Abyss & Apex Magazine, Q3/2010 Issue
Last, Not One of Us (Issue #44, Autumn 2010)
A Better Offer, AE - Canadian Science Fiction Review (Vol. 2, No. 1; Spring 2011)
River Fever Part 1, Dark Valentine, March 14th 2011
River Fever Part 2, Dark Valentine, March 15th 2011
Soul of the City, Crossed Genres, April 2011
My Dumb Summer Job, Big Pulp, June 2011
Still Life With Unicorn, Dark Valentine, Summer 2011
In light ..., Darker, March 2012


"Humanity rebuilt ...", Thaumatrope, July 4th 2010 issue
"The aliens vowed ...", Thaumatrope, August 21st 2010 issue
Filling the Hat, Flashes in the Dark, January 11th, 2011
Doorways, Eric’s Hysterics, April 2011
In Committee … Eric’s Hysterics, June 2011
Home, Fiction365, June 30th 2011
Winter Tale, CBC website, December 4th, 2011
Huck Frankenstein, Flashes in the Dark, April 5th, 2012


With Cautious Anticipation: A Review of YOU MIGHT SLEEP ... by Nick Mamatas, The Internet Review of Science Fiction, May 2009

Science, Wisdom and the Storyteller's Art: A Review of VIXEN by Bud Sparhawk, The Internet Review of Science Fiction, November 2009


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