Glenn Grant's short story collection Burning Days (Nanopress, 2011) includes his novelette "Burning Day," from Year's Best SF 10 (Hartwell and Cramer, eds.). Other stories have appeared in Interzone and (in French translation) in Solaris. With David G. Hartwell, he co-edited Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction (Tor, 1994; Aurora finalist), and Northern Suns: The New Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction (Tor, 1999).
Glenn's reviews and nonfiction have appeared in Science Fiction Eye, The Montreal Gazette, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Science Fiction Studies, bOING bOING, Singularity, Going Gaga, and Virus23. He edited and published three issues of the 'zine Edge Detector, and was a founder and contributor to the underground comic 'zine Mind Theatre. His 1990 article "A Memetic Lexicon" has spread virally, appearing in dozens of magazines, journals, and websites, and in five other languages. His illustrations can be seen in the GURPS: Traveller line of SF RPG books from Steve Jackson Games; he was a 2000 Aurora artistic achievement finalist. Born in London, Ontario, he has lived in Montréal since 1989. He is the Montreal Regional Contact for the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada. His blog "Collapsing Stars" can be found at glenngrant.ca.