Libby Schofield is a poet and author from a small community in mainland Nova Scotia, currently residing in Halifax where she studies at the University of King’s College. She has been writing poems and short stories for as long as she can remember, and is usually working on one novel idea or another. Her work has appeared online, in magazines, in three Canadian anthologies, and she wrote the narration and synopsis for a local rendition of The Nutcracker.
Her interests include Tudor history, classic and fantasy novels, feather-collecting, quoting Oscar Wilde, wandering aimlessly through the woods, and the mass consumption of chocolate and tea. She can be found on Twitter complaining about public transit.
Libby’s fantasy novel Arden is waiting on her C: drive to be rewritten, and she is currently working on a contemporary YA novel titled Ingrid (Another Pretentiously Self-Titled Novel). Her anthology The Night is Starry: A Collection of Poems and Short Stories was released August 14, 2013 and she has tentative plans for another anthology to be released in 2015. Her short story The Carpenter was released as an ebook in June 2014.