Rosemary Nixon has published two short fiction collections. The first, Mostly Country (NeWest Press 1990) was shortlisted for the Howard O’Hagen Book of the Year Award. Her second, The Cock’s Egg (NeWest Press 1994), won the Howard O’Hagen Book of the Year Award. She has recently completed a third book of fiction, a novel, Entanglements, which is presently out with an agent. Nixon has published in literary magazines across Canada. She was the 1996-97 Canadian writer-in-residence for the Markin Flanagan Distinguished Writers Programme at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.