Bill Stenson is a fiction writer born in Nelson, BC. He didn’t live there long. He has had stories published in many of Canada’s fine line of literary magazines and has a short story collection titled Translating Women and a novel titled Svoboda, both with Thistledown Press.
Fiction is his main interest, but he reads a fair amount of poetry and he loves memoirs. He was head cook and bottle washer at CanadianMemoirs.com for years where he was privileged to interview many of North America’s finest memoirists. He has a book in electronic form called Memoir Writing for Smart People available for download.
Stenson co-founded The Claremont Review, an international literary magazine that publishes young-adult writers aged 13 to 19. He worked for the magazine as an editor for more than twenty years and is proud that this magazine is still alive and well to this day.
Bill Stenson lives in Victoria, B.C. with his wife poet Susan Stenson.