Maurice Mierau is a Winnipeg writer who has published poetry, fiction, and reviews since the mid-1980s. He was born in the United States and grew up in Africa, the Caribbean, the U.S., and Saskatchewan. His background is Mennonite. His interests include jazz (he plays upright bass in a jazz group), old Hollywood movies, science fiction, and basketball. He works as a technical writer.
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