About Nestor Delfino
Nestor Delfino is a science fiction and fantasy author of short stories, writing from his home in Mississauga, Canada, where he lives with his wife. He is a software developer by trade. When he was fourteen years old, he programmed his first computer game on a ZX Spectrum minicomputer. He is an avid soccer fan and loves to read science fiction stories with social commentary, stories that are entertaining and criticize our times. His short stories have been published by AE The Canadian Science Fiction Review, Hypnos Magazine, Far Orbit Apogee Anthology, Bards and Sages, Kzine, The New Accelerator, Polar Borealis, NewMyths.com, Future Visions, and Youth Imagination Magazine, among others. He has received three Honorable Mention awards from the Writers of the Future contest.
He is an avid football - as in soccer - fan, and loves to read science fiction stories with social commentary; stories that are entertaining and critical of our times.
In 2014 he completed his first science fiction novel. Before embarking on the editing process, he began writing short stories to improve his craft, falling in love with short stories.
He has been published at AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review, Saturday Night Reader, Aurora Wolf Literary, and is upcoming at Kzine, and Far Orbit: Apogee anthology.