Jeremy Hanson-Finger was born in Victoria, BC, and currently lives in Ottawa, Ontario. A co-founder of the literary magazine Dragnet (2011-2013), his short fiction has appeared in Joyland, Monkeybicycle, and Feathertale, and his nonfiction in The Puritan and Arc.
In 2017 Invisible Publishing released his first novel, Death and the Intern, a mystery/black comedy set in the Ottawa Civic Hospital that was shortlisted for the Kobo Emerging Writer Prize in 2018.
He is now blogging about nuclear war and other end times–related topics at The Golden Age of Apocalypse.
You can find him on Twitter at @jrrrremy (and Mastadon at @email@example.com) and email him at
hanson-finger dot com.