Canadian author Sharon Berg works in multiple genres. Her work has appeared across Canada, in the USA, Mexico, the U.K., the Netherlands, India, Singapore, and Australia. She's conducted Poetry Interviews Editor for Artisanal Writer, /tEmz/ Review, The Miramichi Reader, Event and Freefall magazines and wrote articles and book reviews for a variety of periodicals. Sharon's third poetry book, 'Stars in the Junkyard' (Cyberwit, 2020), was a finalist in the 2022 International Book Awards and she placed 2nd in the 2016 GritLit Poetry Contest. Her cross genre history, 'The Name Unspoken: Wandering Spirit Survival School' (Big Pond Rumour Press, 2019), won a 2020 IPPY Award for Regional Nonfiction. Her debut collection of short fiction, 'Naming the Shadows' (Porcupine's Quill, 2019) is being followed by a 2nd collection, a novel, and a 4th book of poetry. She lives in the hamlet of Charlottetown, Newfoundland, Canada, in Terra Nova National Park, where she runs Oceanview Writers Retreat since 2022.