M Negrijn is a former archaeologist and interpreter. She’s fascinated by old things and loves knitting, lace tatting and any other fabric arts she can procrastinate with. She’s been writing for over thirty years, focusing on how people find connection and even fall in love.
She escapes reality on her bikes and through reading too many books to list anywhere. She continues to write because she must. M Negrijn lives in Canada with her husband and a cat that’s too smart for her own good.
She works as a freelance editor and has degrees in Archaeology and certificates in Heritage Interpretation and Technical Writing. She was born in Newfoundland and Labrador and currently resides in Ontario.
It Was Supposed to be a Dream 2022 (collection of short stories)
Another Chance in London 2020
“Closing the Shop” in A Two-four of Tales 2019
Pure Red Sand: A Family Affair 2019
“Pirates in the Pantry” in Twenty in Eighteen 2018 – first prize award winner
Pure Red Sand: Uncomfortable Truths 2018
“Twelve Years” in Ottawa One Five O 2017
Pure Red Sand: An Expensive Retreat 2017
It Was Supposed to be a Dream 2017
Hold Me, Hold Me, Darkness 2017
Heritage walking tours of St. John’s, NL 2015
Website content for Coastal Connections 2013
Consumer Choice in Komaktorvik, Seven Island Bay and Kongu Nachvak Fjord 2011
Self-guided walking tour of Battle Harbour 2007
Atlantic Cod Otoliths and the Occupation of Snack Cove Three 2006
Liz Smith (M Negrijn’s YA pseudonym) released her first collection in 2021, entitled The Red Rose Chronicles. She has been writing young adult fiction for seven years and this is her first foray into the publishing realm. She hopes to follow this collection with one of poetry.
The Red Rose Chronicles (2021)