Nancy S.M. Waldman

Nancy S.M. Waldman

Nancy trusts words more than numbers. That’s why she became a writer instead of a numerologist. She writes about people and other “p” things like perception, plasticity, power imbalances and possibilities. Her stories have been published in Perihelion SF, AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review and, coming in 2016, in the anthology Futuristica, Vol 1 by Metasagas Press. She co-founded Third Person Press, is a member of tribe Viable Paradise XVII, and is on the board of a very personal charity: EPIC.


Nancy grew up in Texas, moved around a lot–including Connecticut and London, England–but finally settled on the outlying isle of Cape Breton in Canada. That’s off the map as far as her mother is concerned, so she has a house in the North Carolina mountains, too.

She lives with her husband Barry (and no pets anymore) in an old house in the woods which they, in a fit of newlywed energy, painted many colors. It took them a long time, since the house is big and the summers are short. After 13 years, the paint–especially high on the gables–is peeling a bit. Nancy has decided to “let it go” instead of marrying someone new. She uses her energy to write, edit and publish books and stories. Nancy also travels frequently to be with family, all of whom live elsewhere. Otherwise, she’s home.

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