Just the facts, Ma'am:
Birth - Hong Kong
Youth - Vancouver
Current residence - southern Indiana
Influences - Star Trek, first moon landing
Education - University of British Columbia (linguistics/speech science degree), plus a couple of years studying climatology in the department of geography
Writes - picture books, middle grade, young adult, adult; nonfiction, general fiction, and speculative fiction
Loves - food, sleep, food (wait, have I mentioned food?), physics (and science in general), conservation/environmentalism, birding
Hates - drama queens, parties (especially parties without food)
Mentored by - Jane Yolen, We Need Diverse Books, 2017
Represented by - Natascha Morris, BookEnds Literary Agency
Debut book - QUEEN OF PHYSICS: How Wu Chien Shiung Helped Unlock the Secrets of the Atom, illustrated by Rebecca Huang; Sterling Publishing 2019
Top-secret info about me, shared only with you and the 6 other people who read this far:
1) I have a loom in the living room. My husband keeps saying it takes up too much space and wants to get rid of it, but I tell him that, one day, I will weave magical carpets (or towels, I'm a bit hazy on which) and then we'll see who has the last laugh.
2) My husband has far more clothes and shoes than I do.
3) In 1987, I was offered both a job with Environment Canada and a sponsorship for the Miss Hong Kong pageant. I didn't take either, and I don't know which I regret more.
© 2019 Teresa Robeson