Raised by Nancy Drew and Miss Marple, award-winning novelist Sherry Isaac maintains her love of mystery, twists and turns, and things that go scratch-scratch-scratch in the night.
Sherry’s novels and short stories explore the intricacies of the human spirit when triggered by extraordinary circumstances. Her longer works have earned several Women’s Fiction accolades and she took the Alice Munro prize in 2009 with her short, The Forgetting.
Founder of Toronto-based production company Rare Women In Film, Sherry has turned her talents to the world of short film. As a screenwriter and director, she continues to focus her lens on strong female protagonists on the brink of discovering their courage, identity, and strength.