A writer from the age of six, Jenn Ashton was first published when she was fourteen. She has written fiction, non-fiction and children’s books as well as editorials and articles for periodicals and journals. She is a member of The Writers Union of Canada, The Creative Nonfiction Collective Society, The North Shore Authors Collection, Access Copyright, CARFAC and The BC Indigenous Writers Collective. She is also a Director on the Board of The Federation of British Columbia Writers and is currently the Writer in Residence at the British Columbia History Magazine for 2021. Jenn is a graduate of Simon Fraser University’s Writer’s Studio where she now works as a teaching assistant. She lives in North Vancouver.