Nina Munteanu is an award winning ecologist, novelist and science writer. She has written over a dozen eco-fiction, science fiction, and fantasy novels. She is currently editor for European zine Europa SF and Eagle Publishing House and writes for Amazing Stories.
An award-winning short story writer, and essayist, Nina currently lives in Toronto where she teaches writing at the University of Toronto and George Brown College. Her book "Water Is..."--a scientific study and personal journey as limnologist, mother, teacher, and environmentalist--was picked by Margaret Atwood in the New York Times as 2016 'The Year in Reading'.
Nina frequently speaks at scientific conferences, gives workshops on writing throughout North America and Europe and coaches writers to publication. Her writing guide "The Fiction Writer: Get Published, Write Now!" was adopted by several colleges and universities throughout North America and Europe. The guidebook series continues with "The Journal Writer" and "The Ecology of Story."
Nina's most recent novel "A Diary in the Age of Water"--about four generations of women and their relationship to water in a rapidly changing world--will be released in 2020 by Inanna Publications. Find out more at www.NinaMunteanu.ca, www.NinaMunteanu.me, and www.TheMeaningOfWater.com.