Bev Geddes is a school-based speech/language pathologist, and author. Her short story, Living in Oz, appeared in the Aurora Award winning anthology, Strangers Among Us: Tales of the Underdogs and Outcasts (Laksa Media) and was also short-listed for the award, receiving an Honourable Mention in Gardner Dozois, The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Fourth Annual Collection for 2016. Her second story, The Gift, was published in the Aurora Award winning anthology, The Sum of Us (Laksa Media) in 2017. She has written non-fiction pieces for organizations such as Mood Disorders Association and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. Her speculative fiction novel, Secrets of Shalott, has recently been completed. When not reading, writing, or running away to her cabin on Lake Winnipeg, she enjoys playing the harp, aided and abetted by a menagerie of cats, dogs, children and chums.