Raised in Vancouver and based in Toronto, Adam Elliott Segal’s fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in subTerrain and The Feathertale Review, and his novel Tether was recently accepted into the Diaspora Dialogues mentorship program. His short film Sombre Zombie was produced by BravoFACT and premiered at the 2005 Nashville International Film festival. His non-fiction has been published in enRoute, Reader’s Digest, Chatelaine, Sportsnet, and The Vancouver Province. He holds a Combined Honours Degree in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Western Ontario and completed the Ryerson Publishing Program. He works as an assistant editor at Sportsnet magazine.