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Keith Cadieux is a Winnipeg writer and editor. He lives with his partner Lindsey in a little house with a big dog named Bear.
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Keith Cadieux is a Winnipeg-based writer and editor. His debut, the novella Gaze, was shortlisted for a Manitoba Book Award and a ReLit award. He co-edited the horror anthology The Shadow Over Portage & Main, which was also shortlisted for a Manitoba Book Award, as well as the semi-annual 'Fantasmagoriana Series' published by the Winnipeg International Writers Festival. His short fiction has appeared in various Canadian fiction venues, including Grain, Prairie Fire, and ELQ, and has been translated into French. He lives with his partner Lindsey in a little house with a big dog named Bear.


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My parents never put any restrictions on what I was reading, so I never had to hide any books from them. I started reading murder mystery and Stephen King novels when I was quite young. I didn’t always fully understand them, but I flew through them. I also loved going to both the school and city libraries and looking at everything they had about ghosts and then I wouldn’t be able sleep. So it’s possible that I might have had to hide my reading material from teachers or other adults, but I don’t really have a memory of that. I’ve been lucky to always be able to read what I have most enjoyed.

“No live organism can continue for long to exist sanel under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream. Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within; it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty more.” The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

Definitely a cluttered desk person.

There are far too many of these to name.

I would love to work on a video game. I have no knowledge or experience in programming or any of the other disciplines needed to work in games, but it sure would be cool.

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