Prize-Winning author Jennifer Combden writes for Flights from the Rock!

Engen Books is proud to announce the return of a talented young author to the Flights from the Rock anthology: Jennifer Combden.

Jennifer Combden is a meteorologist living in St. John’s, Newfoundland. She is a sponge for knowledge, and her love of learning is second only to her love of sharing that knowledge. Jennifer prefers to write science fiction, with a strong emphasis on the science, as a medium by which to explain complex ideas. When not explaining quantum physics to 12 year olds she can be found living on the (PG) Nerdcrafteria minecraft server where she volunteers, writing forecasts at work, and getting lost on Wikipedia.

Combden’s work will be recognized by longtime short fiction readers for her stories ‘Sunny Days’ and ‘Immune’ in Sci-Fi from the Rock (2016).

In May 2018 Combden won the monthly Kit Sora Flash Fiction prize for her short story ‘Tarnished,’ which went on to be featured in the Kit Sora: The Artobiography collection.

On the subject of flights, Combden writes: “With a degree in Physics, and a postgraduate diploma in Meteorology I have a strong interest in how planes stay up in the air.”

Combden brings with her her new short, ‘Sulfer Bridges.’

Fourteen other authors will be joining Jennifer Combden, Jeff Slade, Bronwynn Erskine, Peter J. Foote, Lindsay Kitson, Stacey Oakley, Teresita Dziadura, Nicole Little, Carolyn R Parsons, Lisa Daly, Ellen Curtis, & Erin Vance for the 2019 Flights on the Rock collection! They include pilots, award-winning talent, and bestselling novelists! Who will join them? Stay tuned and Never Look Back!

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