About Judith Millar

Judith Millar (BA English, McGill U; MA English, U of Calgary) is the author of two light mystery/humour novels: Grave Concern and its sequel, Riotous Assembly. She has published one collection of literary short fiction: The Rules of Partial Existence. Currently she is at work on a novel of Cold War secrecy, intrigue, lovers and spies, based on real events in Canada’s hub of post-war nuclear research, where she was born and grew up. 

Her varied “career” has included teaching ballet to tots, public relations, college instruction and editorial work for trade magazines, book publishers and private clients.  Her creative work, including long-form and short fiction, non-fiction and poetry, has appeared in a variety of Canadian literary and trade magazines, news dailies and anthologies. She has won or “placed” in a number of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction competitions. Writing mentors have included Hugh MacLennan, Aritha van Herk, Roberta Rees and Marnie Woodrow.

Read Open Book Ontario’s online interview with Judith.