Hayden Trenholm’s stories have appeared in On Spec, TransVersions, Neo-Opsis, Challenging Destiny, Talebones, Gaslight Grotesque and on CBC radio. In 2008, after a record fourth consecutive short fiction nomination, he won the Canadian Science Fiction Aurora Award for his novella, “Like Water in the Desert.” Defining Diana, was released by Bundoran Press in 2008. A sequel, Steel Whispers, was published in August 2009. Both books were nominated for Aurora Awards in the novel category. The third book of the Steele Chronicles, Stealing Home, was published in August 2010. He lives with his wife and fellow writer, Elizabeth, in Ottawa where he does research for the Senator for the Northwest Territories.