About David Nickle
David Nickle is an author and journalist living and working in Toronto. His fiction has been published in magazines, anthologies and online, and been adapted for television. In 1997, he and Edo Van Belkom won a Bram Stoker Award for their short story “Rat Food.” In 1993, he and Karl Schroeder co-wrote “The Toy Mill” and won an Aurora Award for short form work in English. Some of his stories are collected in Monstrous Affections, and Knife Fight and Other Struggles.
He is the author of several novels: Rasputin’s Bastards, The ‘Geisters, Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism and Volk: A Novel of Radiant Abomination all available from Open Road Media. He is married to author and futurist Madeline Ashby.