Steve Noyes

Steve Noyes is from Winnipeg and was educated at Carleton University's School of Journalism and U.B.C.'s MFA program. Over the years he has worked at many jobs, including editor, parking lot attendant, printing press grunt and disabilities advocate. More recently, he has taught English in Chinese universities several times and spent more than a decade as a policy analyst in the BC Ministry of Health.

Steve has published nine books of fiction and poetry, and more than a hundred journal publications in Canadian literary magazines and newspapers. His most recent poetry collections are small data (Frog Hollow Press) and Rainbow Stage-Manchuria (Oolichan Books). His first novel, It is just that your house is so far away (Signature Editions), prompted reviewers to call it "a portrait of China that is honest, intimate and layered" and "a wonderful book."

These days, Steve divides his time between Victoria, where he lives with his wife, the poet Catherine Greenwood, and Canterbury, England, where is he pursuing a PhD in Writing at the University of Kent.

By the Author:
Morbidity & Ornament
Rainbow Stage-Manchuria
November's Radio
Author reviews:
Book review: Two storylines merge into sharp satire in November’s Radio
Journal of Canadian Poetry reviews Rainbow Stage Manchuria
Quill & Quire Review: November's Radio