Ace Baker won the Zola Award by placing first in poetry in PNWA’S writing contest. He has also won the SIWC poetry prize, the poetry prize, and ‘Victory Girl’ won the
SIWC Storyteller Award for Short Fiction. As for its writing, Ace says, “Imagine that an English/ukrainian writer originally from a Saskatchewan town with a French name (Bienfait — population would one day pen a story about a Japanese girl in British Columbia and impress a Scottish Canadian writer and a Mexican/english American writer (Jack Whyte and Diana Gabaldon) who judge the annual Storyteller contest.” THAT’S what it means to be a Canadian writer! Connect with him at firstname.lastname@example.org or @writeracebaker on Twitter. His website: fighttowrite.com.