Sandra S.G. Wong (she/her) writes in multiple genres, including the cross-genre Lola Starke novels and Crescent City short stories. She has been a finalist for the Arthur Ellis Awards for Excellence in Canadian Crime Writing (Best First Novel and Best Short Story) and longlisted for the Whistler Independent Book Awards (Best Crime Fiction).
Sandra has been involved with literary and genre organizations, conferences, festivals, and workshops across Canada and the United States. She currently serves as National President of Sisters in Crime, a non-profit dedicated to equity in the crime writing community.
Sandra S.G. Wong is represented by Lauren Abramo, with Dystel Goderich & Bourret.
"Because she is a Canadian-based author, I first met S. G. Wong at the Bouchercon in Toronto. (And those headed to Left Coast Crime – Vancouver, be sure to say hi to S. G.) Unlike with some authors, where you just pass them in the hallway and say hi, or you see them on a panel and signing event, with S. G., it was different. She was one of the co-heads of our Pub Quiz team. A team that also featured, among others, Dru Ann Love, Judy Bobalik, and Deanna Raybourn. Now, we lost – and I still say it was the fault of the multi-part questions – but that doesn’t matter. We had a blast and I am thrilled to introduce you all to S. G. Wong as part of the Composite Sketch profile series."
"I could not be more excited to share this interview with you all. I attended an incredible writing conference "When Worlds Collide" in Calgary, this past August. There were so many fantastic speakers present. So, I was thrilled when I reached out to one of the speakers that truly resonated with me, and inspired some changes to my own writing process. Please give a very warm welcome to S.G. Wong. Grab a hot beverage, take a seat and dive into her "Meet The Author" interview."