From now until mid-May 2017, SG Wong is the inaugural Featured Writer of Capital City Press, an initiative of the Edmonton Public Library to connect area readers with their local writing community.

Sign up to the Readers Group (below) for more information or visit the EPL/Capital City Press site now.

SG Wong is the creator of the Lola Starke series of novels and of the Crescent City short stories, written in the tradition of the hard-boiled detective genre, with two-fingers’ worth of noir and a liberal sprinkling of magic and ghosts thrown in for good measure.

SG Wong is a two-time finalist for the Arthur Ellis Awards and a nominee for the Whistler Independent Book Awards. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and works in a lovely blue office where she can often be found staring out the window in between frenzied bouts of typing.

With fellow Edmonton author, Janice MacDonald, and Calgary author/editor, Axel Howerton, at the launch of the crime fiction anthology, AB Negative (Coffin Hop Press, 2015).



Take a trip in the way-back machine…

This was shot and edited in 2013 by independent filmmaker, Mark Power, creator of the documentary, Sacred Cinema.


Want a peek into SG Wong's personal library?

Just hover over this pretty blue rectangle with your pointer and see what happens.

Open Sesame...

Award-winning author and editor Eileen "E.C." Bell shares SG Wong's fascination with ghosts and puts it to good use in her "Marie Jenner" mystery series set in Edmonton and environs. It's fun and fast-paced.

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