Sèphera Girón was born on January 23, 1962.
Early experiences included playing violin in the London Youth Symphony orchestra for several years. She played in festivals in Aberdeen, Scotland; London, England; and Banff, Alberta.
She attended York University where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Arts Studies with a minor in Psychology.
Sèphera married a filmmaker while in university and after ten years and two children, they were divorced.
Sèphera is a full time writer. When she isn't working on a story, she freelances as an editor. She is also a professional tarot counselor.
An actress as well as a writer, she was an extra in Love Guru and recently played “Ruby” in Slime City Massacre. Earlier appearances included Creep and Bust a Move as well as a few music videos.
Sèphera was given the Silver Hammer Award in 2009 by the Horror Writers Association. The award is given periodically by a special vote of the Board of Trustees.
She has published over a dozen books and numerous short stories.
This member has not published any books.