Sally Quon

Sally Quon is a disabled writer living in the Okanagan Valley of beautiful British Columbia, home of the Syilx people. She has been widely published in poetry and creative nonfiction anthologies, such as Chicken Soup for the Soul – The Forgiveness Fix, BIG: Thoughts on a Plus Size Life, and on-line at The Good Life Review. Her photographs have appeared in Canadian Geographic and Nature Alberta’s Important Bird Areas. Her poetry has been included in collections such as Worth More Standing, Voicing Suicide, and Coming Out of Isolation.

Sally is a member of the Federation of BC Writers, Haiku Canada, and an associate member of The League of Canadian Poets

In her spare time, Sally enjoys exploring the back roads near her home. Her blog can be found at

When not engaged in other creative pursuits, Sally enjoys cooking, experimenting with Japanese Short Form, and curling up with a blanket and a cat.

Her bucket list is entirely about bears.



Sally Quon is an accomplished poet, whose work has been published in various poetry anthologies. She recently released her first personal poetry collection, Beauty Born of Pain, which can be found online by following the link here.

Creative Writing

Sally Quon has recently published her first creative fiction book, Billy and the Dragon. It follows the imaginative and heartwarming friendship between a young boy and a dragon in need. Learn more or purchase below.

Featherstone Creative

A series of blog posts where Sally Quon shares her adventures and discoveries while exploring the back roads near her home. Follow the link below to visit her blog!


Sally Quon's photographs of creatures and places have been published in prominent magazines. See her work featured in Canadian Geographic by following the link here.

Sally Quon has had her creative nonfiction pieces featured in a number of different anthologies. To view her contributions to The Goodlife Review follow the link below here.

Creative Nonfiction

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