An American writer living in Canada, Rena Graham predominantly writes creative non-fiction. After leaving a long career in the field of architecture and design, she retooled as a writer by graduating from The Writer's Studio in 2013, under mentorship by Timothy Taylor. Some of her personal essays were published in the 2016 summer edition of Cobalt Review and also slated for the March 2017 issue of The Bookends Review. Her work was shortlisted in the Malahat Review Open Season awards for 2014 and selected as a finalist for the Writer's Union of Canada 21st Annual Short Prose Competition. Infallible: A Modern Memoir is scheduled for revision toward the end of 2016, and in the meantime, she's ghostwriting a memoir for one client and editing a book of flash non-fiction for another.