Marnie Woodrow is the award-winning author of two short fiction collections: Why We Close Our Eyes When We Kiss, and In The Spice House. She has published two novels: Spelling Mississippi, and Heyday. Two of her short comedy plays were produced in Toronto. She is currently at work on television and film projects, as well as a new novel. She laughs in her sleep, but there is no recorded proof of that, just rampant speculation and filthy gossip.