From the day she was born, Bram Stoker Award winner Jessica Landry has always been attracted to the darker things in life. Her fondest childhood memories include getting nightmares from the Goosebumps books, watching The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, and reiterating to her parents that there was absolutely nothing wrong with her mental state. Her debut feature, My Only Sunshine, a coming-of-age horror film set against the harsh prairie winter, is currently being shopped around. She’s putting the finishing touches on her follow up, The Night Belongs To Us, a new spin on the vampire trope about a young woman in search of her missing mother. Jess is a member of the Winnipeg Film Group and OnScreen Manitoba, and currently sits on the Board of Trustees of the Horror Writers Association.
Bram Stoker Award - Superior Achievement in Short Fiction (2019)