Nick Bantock was schooled in England and has a BA in Fine Art (painting). He's authored 30 books, 11 of which have appeared on the best seller lists, including 3 books on the New York Times top ten at one time. The best selling ‘Griffin and Sabine’ stayed on that list for over two years. His works have been translated into 13 languages and over 5 million have been sold worldwide. Once named by the classic SF magazine Weird Tales as one of the best 85 storytellers of the century. He has written articles and stories for numerous international newspapers and magazine’s. His paintings, drawings, sculptures, collages and prints have been exhibited in shows in UK, France and North America. Nick has a lifetime BAFTA (British Oscar) for CD Rom ‘Ceremony of Innocence’, created with Peter Gabriel’s Real World. For 20 years he’s spoken and read to audiences throughout North America, Europe and Australia. Given keynote and motivational speeches to corporations and teachers state conferences. He’s worked in a betting shop in the East End of London, trained as a psychotherapist, designed a house that combined an Indonesian temple, an English cricket pavilion and a New Orleans bordello. Between 2007 and 2010 he was one of the twelve committee members responsible for selecting Canada’s postage stamps. Among the things he can’t do: Can’t swim, never ridden a horse, his spelling is dreadful and his singing voice is flat as a pancake.










Dubious Documents, Nick's new book is released in early October.
The Griffin and Sabine play opens on Dec 4th at the Belfry theatre in Victoria BC.
The next workshop will be in the spring of 2019. Info will be posted here and on Facebook.