Alice Zorn’s collection of short fiction, Ruins & Relics, was a finalist for the 2009 McAuslan Quebec Writers’ Federation First Book Prize. She published a novel, Arrhythmia, with NeWest Press in 2011, and has a new novel, Five Roses, appearing with Dundurn Press in July, 2016. She has twice placed first in Prairie Fire’s Fiction Contest and won the 2013 Manitoba Magazine Award for Fiction. She participated in the Banff Writing Studio, and was both a mentee (2004) and a mentor (2015) in the QWF Mentorship Program. Originally from Ontario, she has been living in Montreal since 1986.