About: Mark A. Rayner

Mark A. Rayner Human-shaped, monkey-loving, robot-fighting, pirate-hearted, storytelling junkie, Mark A. Rayner is actually Canadian. In addition to teaching at the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western University, Mark likes to type. Much of his high-speed, error-prone pecking results in satirical novels, short stories, and other drivel. (Some pure, and some quite tainted with meaning.) He’s published a collection of flash fiction & three novels, the most recent being The Fridgularity, which won a 2013 IndieReader Discovery Award for best humor.

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In a playground war of worm-whipping debauchery, a boy must decide if he’s a bully or a Romeo.  More

Hands on a typewriter
Empty Space Times Two

When he took an all-girls typing class to get to know Sophie he had no idea that, years later, each keystroke would lead him back More