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Brian d'Eon

Brian d'Eon's writing pursuits have been forged largely in the fires of live theatre where, for thirty years, he has participated, as an actor, director and playwright. Four of his stage plays have been produced locally and one in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

In recent years, Brian has focused his attention more and more on fiction, and his short stories and poetry can be found in a variety of publications, much of which leans towards the speculative fiction genre. 

Brian  is an ardent admirer of the classics: The Odyssey, Don Quixote, War and Peace, and, of course, all the plays of William Shakespeare.

D’Eon lives in the little mountain town of Nelson, British Columbia, where he divides his time between writing, hiking, and losing games of Scrabble to his wife.


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Eta Carinae. Vagabondage Press (e-book), 2013
Big Ledge: The Triumphs and Tribulations of Robert E.Sproule. Home Star Press (e-book available in May 2020), 2018
Loose Ends. Wipf and Stock, 2020


Sun Dancer for Okanagan Short Story Competition, 2009
Badlands for Kootenay Literary Competition, Fiction Prize, 2011
Past Due for Tisdale Writing Group Fiction Prize, 2018
407 Arachne (radio drama) for Mark Time Award, 1999
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