Toronto-native Mary Rajotte has a penchant for penning nightmarish tales that haunt and terrify. Sometimes camera-elusive but always coffee-fueled, Mary’s creepy tales explore myths, dreams and nightmares.
Her piece “The Lockwood Collection” can be found in The Scroll of Anubis anthology from Library of Horror Press.
She also has a number of self-published stories, and is working on her first novel.
She is inspired by the drive & creativity of her grandmother, children’s writer Bernadette Rajotte, composer of A Child’s Christmas Prayer, and Young Hearts, which are a part of the National Library of Canada, and author of countless short stories, as well as Who Am I?: A Mother Goose Quiz Book (1978), which is part of the Toronto Library’s Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books.
MARY’S OTHER INTERESTS
When I’m not writing, I write about writing…and books!
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Name: Mary Rajotte
Mispronunciations: ro-JET, ra-JOE
(“rah” sounds similar to “rabbit”) (the “jo” in “jotte” sounds similar to azure. The “otte” sounds like “hot”.)
Origin: French Canadian (listen to it!)