David P. Fraser
Bewildering Stories biography
David likes to balance his life among a variety of activities in the areas of writing, education and sports. When he is not formally working as an educator, he is either writing and researching or involved in one of the following sports: alpine skiing, ski teaching as a full time professional ski instructor at Mt. Washington, BC, windsurfing, tennis, golf, cycling, hiking. In addition he likes to garden, listen to the blues and search for his way through Taoism. He has built his second water garden, which has become his new daily sanctuary. His is learning and refining his Spanish fluency and will travel back to Central and South America in the near future. He lives among the flora and fauna of the British Columbia West Coast. David is the editor of Ascent Magazine — Aspirations for Artists (established 1997) .
Going to the Well, David's first poetry collection, is being published in the fall of 2004, followed by his first short speculative fiction collection, The Dark Side of the Billboard.
To order either of these collections go to the bookstore at the Ascent, Aspirations for Artists site.
David Fraser has had work published in Mimesis, Complete, Windings, Writing Group, The Starlight Cafe, Kookamonga Square, Above Ground Testing, Poetry Exchange, Wilmington Blues, Steel Point Quarterly, Expressions 30 (Jan. 2003), Outer Rim, Dream Forge, Circle Magazine, Ascent Magazine, Lunatic Chameleon (April/May 2004) (Nov. 2003), The Muse Apprentice Guild (Spring 2003), The Writer's Hood (Fall 2003), Turbula (Fall 2003), Locust Magazine (Sept. 2003), Cafe_Trieste Fiction on the Web, Canadian Poets on the Web, Ydgrasil, Oasis (January 2004), Poetry Super Highway (April 2004), Perigee (May 2004 and September 2004), Poetry Inhalations (August 2004), Ardent (August 2004), Regina Weese (Oct. Nov. 2004)
Lyrics from one poem have been published and performed through Ex Tenebris. In the past David has written a weekly newspaper column in the Beeton Record. He resides now on the left coast of Canada and is currently a full time writer.
Snail Mail: 1560 Arbutus Drive, Nanoose Bay, BC, V9P 9C8
Copyright © 2004 by David P. Fraser