Corey Redekop’s debut novel, the much-admired bookworm blockbuster Shelf Monkey, was awarded the Gold Medal for Popular Fiction by the Independent Publishers Book Awards and named a Top 40 Novel of the Decade by Canada Reads. His following novel, the equally acclaimed zombie satire Husk, was shortlisted for the 2013 ReLit Award and named a Best Book of the Year by Amazon.ca and January Magazine.
Corey has also published the e-book YA memoir Cheating at the End of the World, and his short story “Moot” has been anthologized in The Exile Book of New Canadian Noir. His non-fiction and opinion pieces have appeared in Quill & Quire, Rhubarb Magazine, and The National Post, among other publications. Born and raised in Thompson, Manitoba, Corey now nests in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where he works as a librarian (for the money) and writer (for the glory).
Shelf Monkey (2007, ECW Press)
Husk (2012, ECW Press)
Cheating at the End of the World (2013, Fierce Ink Press)
“Moot” (short story), in The Exile Book of New Canadian Noir (Exile Editions, 2015)
“Not an Honourable Disease” (short story) in Licence Expired: The Unauthorized James Bond (2015, ChiZine Publications)
“SÜPER.” (short story) in Superhero Universe: Tesseracts Nineteen, (2016, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing)