Sierra Skye GemmaThird-person bio in 3, 2, 1…

Sierra Skye Gemma is an award-winning writer and journalist. She has been short- or long-listed in contests with House of Anansi Press and Room and has won literary contests sponsored by The New Quarterly and Rhubarb. In 2013, Sierra won the National Magazine Award for Best New Magazine Writer.

Sierra’s creative non-fiction has been published in The Globe and MailThe New Quarterly, The Vancouver SunThe Vancouver Observer, WestCoast Families, Fringe MagazinePlenitude Nineteen QuestionsRhubarb, and in the Best Canadian Essays 2013 anthology. She also co-writes the blog Regressive Parenting with author Emily Wight.

Sierra has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia, where she also works for PRISM international, western Canada’s oldest literary magazine, and the Creative Writing Program. She resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with her family.

To contact Sierra regarding freelance writing or editing, please use the contact form below.

3 thoughts on “Bio

  1. I expect this is not an acceptable means to contact PRISM, but there is no contact info on the website. On Sept. 17, I submitted a hard copy of my story “Blame” and have been unable to track its progress because it does not appear on Submittable, which leads me to wonder if it was received. Thank-you for passing on my question to the appropriate person.

    • P.S. Since you found it difficult to find our email addresses, I am thinking I will go ahead and try to make it a little easier on our readers and submitters to contact us, by adding a Contact page to our top menu. I’m not sure how long it will take me or how quickly you’ll get the message above, but look for that too!

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