kc dyer

                                                                         

kc dyer lives with assorted offspring and other animals in the wilds north of Vancouver, BC, where she works as a freelance writer and speaker. She is a director and long-time participant at the Surrey International Writers’ Conference and is on the board of literary organization Pandora’s Collective in Vancouver. She has spoken with thousands of kids in schools across Canada from British Columbia to PEI; and in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea. 

Her most recent novel is FACING FIRE, a sequel to the acclaimed novel, A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW, and published by Doubleday. She recently completed a two year stint as writer-in-residence at New Westminster Secondary School, and has been a featured presenter at the National Council of English Teachers in both Philadelphia, PA and Chicago, Ill; YouthWrite in Penticton, BC; Young Authors in Kamloops, BC; Word on the Street Vancouver, Canadian Authors’ Association in Victoria, BC; The Ontario Library Association Super-conference in Toronto, ON; Simon Fraser University Southbank Writers and the Surrey International Writers’ Conference in Surrey, BC; WriteOn Bowen and many others.

kc is an unrepentant geekgirl, and can be found on-line at www.kcdyer.com and sweetly tweeting @kcdyer.  Her website is kcdyer.com

 Bibliography:

 FACING FIRE, (a novel for young adults) Fall, 2010, Doubleday Canada, Toronto. ISBN 978-0-385-66638-1

 A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW, (a novel for young adults ) 2009, Doubleday Canada, Toronto. ISBN 978-0-385-66637-4

 MS. ZEPHYR’S NOTEBOOK, (young adult novel), published by Boardwalk Books, The Dundurn Group, Toronto, 2007. ISBN: 1-55002-691- 7

 SHADES OF RED, (young adult novel), published by Boardwalk Books, The Dundurn Group, Toronto, 2005. ISBN: 1-5502-545-7

 SECRET OF LIGHT, (young adult novel), published by Boardwalk Books, The Dundurn Group, Toronto, 2003. ISBN: 1-55002-477-9

 SEEDS OF TIME, (young adult novel), published by Boardwalk Books, The Dundurn Group, Toronto, 2002. ISBN: 1-55002-414-0