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Scott Carter was born in Toronto and raised in the Beach neighbourhood.
Scott began his career in publishing with an internship at ECW Press, followed by work as an editorial assistant at several publishers. He began his writing career publishing poetry and short stories in small literary zines and literary journals across North America.
Scott is also a screenwriter, and his first short film debuted at the Exploding Cinema Film Festival in Los Angeles. His latest short film, The Unspoken Promise, was written for Bravo! Television. The Unspoken Promise played at the Reel World Film Festival before making its television debut in February, 2008. Since then he has worked on numerous feature films and short films with various companies, including his own Sad But True Entertainment, founded in 2007. Sad But True has produced a short for Bravo! television, a reality series and is now at work on several feature films.
Scott has been teaching high-school English for nine years and has worked on many literacy committees, plus the Toronto School Board’s Learning through the Arts program.
He still lives in Toronto’s Riverdale district with his family. Blind Luck is his first novel.