Nowick Gray writes in a variety of genres, teasing the dynamics of choice among multiple realities: romantic relationships, plot endings, murder suspects, virtual worlds, alternate timelines, narrative loops, stylistic colorings.
His mystery of the Canadian Arctic, Hunter's Daughter, was published in 2015 by Five Rivers. Other books include The Last Book: Further Confessions of Felix Krull (Thomas Mann's Confidence Man); Red Rock Road, Light Blue Sea - a nonfiction novel set in Spain and Portugal; Rendezvous, an wilderness adventure tale with a paranormal twist; PsyBot, a novel of virtual reality; a short story collection titled Strange Love / Romance Not For Sale; and My Country: Essays and Stories From the Edge of Wilderness. Since 1976 Nowick's short fiction and nonfiction has appeared in a wide variety of periodicals and anthologies, in print and online.
Educated at Dartmouth College and the University of Victoria, he taught in Inuit villages in the Arctic before carving out a homestead in the British Columbia mountains. In more recent years he calls Victoria home, while wintering in tropical locations.
Visit his website at http://nowickgray.com