Geoff graduated from Simon Fraser University's Writers Studio in 2007, and since then his work has appeared in Apex Magazine, where he placed second in the Annual Halloween Short Story contest, The Ubyssey, and emerge 2007. Geoff has degrees in biology and engineering, and lives with his wonderful fiance in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he manages the construction of Canada's largest water filtration plant. An avid telemark skier, surfer, and hiker, what he finds in the mountains and oceans he transposes to the page warped by a vision of the future filtered through polarized sunglasses and a fine single malt.


Geoffrey W. Cole has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Teaching Bigfoot to Read

FICTION by Geoffrey W. Cole in Issue 28 – January 2009

To: From: Subject: hi big guy Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2122 11:09 AM LST Dear Bigfoot, Life on the moon sucks. Dad got home early from the air factory today and I wasn’t done cleaning the dishes from breakfast so he broke my breakfast bowl over my head. Guess I’ll have to eat […]
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