About the Author
Judith Millar s 1992 fiction collection, The Rules of Partial Existence, explored themes of escape and difference in the exotic setting of post-hippie-era Nepal. Grave Concern
, her first novel, returns to her Ontario roots. Millar s fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and reviews have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies including Prairie Fire
, The Dry Wells of India
, and Dandelion
as well as in trade magazines such as Explore
. With a BA and MA in English, she worked for many years as a freelance writer, editor, and college instructor. She lives with her family in Calgary.