Author-Sherrill Wark

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Sherrill Wark




REFUGE - front cover


Sherrill Wark is an editor who designs print/digital books for indie authors. She’s the author of: Really Stupid Writing Mistakes: How to Avoid Them (non-fiction); Transplanted Heads: Your Muse Can’t Write Worth Sh*t (blog); Death in l’Acadie: a Kesk8a story (historical fiction and the first in a planned 6-book series about life and often violent death in Acadia between 1670–1755 from the 1st Person viewpoint of a Mi’qmaw woman); Mostly of Love & the Perils Thereof: The Sequel and The Closet Hides a Set of Stairs (poetry). Under her pseudonym Christina Crowe, she has published A Girl Dog’s Breakfast, scary stories and rude poems and The Unkindest Cut: Short Creepy Movie Scripts. Sherrill is also a screenwriter and has finished three screenplays: The Soul Eaters (Sci-Fi), Skin Eater (serial killer stuff), and The Bus to Lo Siento (drama) which landed in the top 10% (out of 600) in the 2013 Oaxaca Film Fest.

On her paternal grandmother’s side, she is an Acadian descendant of Claude Guidry and Marguerite Petitpas.


“It always helps if you put your fears out on the blanket in front of you so you can see them for what they really are.” — Keskoua, Refuge in l’Acadie: a Kesk8a story by Sherrill Wark


About Catina Noble

I am a writer, author, teacher and traveler.
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2 Responses to Author-Sherrill Wark

  1. David says:

    Oh my yes, very impressive and cool lady to be sure!

  2. Two strong, talented women, Catina and Sherrill, each with her own interesting newly published book. Recommend the reads.

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