Profile of Leslie Ann Brown

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Leslie Brown makes her home in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She is a research technician at the National Research Council and works in the Alzheimer's field.  She has been writing with intent since 1996 when she joined the Lyngarde Writers' Group.  The purchase of a home computer was another catalyst.  Her website is at



A Valediction, On Spec, Fall 1998

Nor Iron Bars a Cage, On Spec, Spring 2000

Preservation of the Species, On Spec, Fall 2000

Fox and Otter, On Spec, Winter 2002

The Relics of Venice in Leaps of Faith, Karina and Rob Fabian, eds. FrancisIsidore Electronic Press, 2002

La Riviére Noire in Open Space, Claude Lalumière, ed.  Red Deer Press, 2003

Mr Rutherford's Journal in Thou Shalt Not, Lee Allen Howard, ed. Dark Cloud Press, 2006

The Sheik and I in Loving the Undead, Katherine Sanger, ed. From the Asylum Press, 2007

Manna, On Spec, Summer 2007

Dryad in the Mast in Sails & Sorcery, William H. Horner, ed. Fantasist Enterprises, 2007

Wake-up Call, Strange Horizons, July 30th, 2007

Sirens, Neo-opsis, Issue #13, 2007


The Amulet of Passages, written with Sarah Totton in Ruins Metropolis, Eric T. Reynolds, ed. Hadley Rille Books, 2008

The Relics of Venice in Leaps of Faith, Karina and Rob Fabian, eds. The Writers' Café Press, 2008






Marsall Payne, The Fix

The best story in this issue is Sirens by Leslie Brown...This is a powerful story with all the human dynamics that make a compelling tale. Toward the end, I was thinking that the conclusion would be a rabbit pulled conveniently from the writers hat, but the outcome made perfect sense. Recommended.