Derwin Mak lives in Toronto, Canada. He is a chartered accountant and an Officer of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. He has Master’s degrees in accounting (University of Waterloo) and military studies (American Military University). He is also a member of the Royal Canadian Military Institute and gave a lecture about Japan’s Yasukuni Shrine and Yushukan War Museum there.
His science fiction stories include “The Siren Stone”, which was a finalist for a 2004 Aurora Award, Canada’s science fiction award; and its sequel, “Transubstantiation”, which won the 2006 Aurora Award for Best Short-Form Work in English. His novel The Moon Under Her Feet was a finalist for the 2008 Prix Aurora Award for Best Long-Form Work in English. He co-edited, with Eric Choi, The Dragon and the Stars, an anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories written by ethnic Chinese outside China.
Derwin’s website is www.derwinmaksf.com.
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