Sherrill Wark is a novelist, screenwriter, short story writer, poet, book designer,  former editor, not-so-little ol' lady but is otherwise normal.

She’s a former member of CAA–NCR (Canadian Authors Association, National Capital Region branch) and is the former editor/designer of their e-mag, Byline.

Sherrill has written a series of historical novels about the Acadian people written from the point of view of Keskoua, a Mi'gmaw woman, and set in Port Royal, Acadia (Annapolis Royal NS): Death in l’Acadie; Refuge in l'Acadie; Trapped in l'Acadie;  and Hanged for l'Acadie.

Sherrill Wark sings soprano secundi in an Italian choir and kills people off in her dark short stories under a pseudonym and also under her real name in novels and screenplays. "It's beyond cathartic," she says.

Sherrill's books are listed below.