Nestor Delfino is a science fiction and fantasy author, writing from his home in Mississauga, Canada, where he lives with his wife. A software developer by trade, his first publication was a video game he programmed on his first computer (a ZX Spectrum) when he was fourteen.
When he’s not writing or programming, he can be found walking along the river or riding his bike. He may also be found camping or traveling.
As a space enthusiast, he finds inspiration in the discoveries made by the robotic probes sent across the solar system and beyond, and in human space exploration.
His work has been published by: AE The Canadian Science Fiction Review, Cosmic Horror Monthly, Etherea Magazine, Hypnos Magazine, Hybrid Fiction, Hiraeth Books, Far Orbit Apogee Anthology, Bards and Sages, Kzine, Asymmetry, SciFi Magazine, The New Accelerator, Polar Borealis, Future Visions, Youth Imagination Magazine, Aurora Wolf, Alban Lake Publishing, The Literary Hatchet, and Spring into SciFi, among others.
He has received multiple Honorable Mention awards from the Writers of the Future contest.
Nestor’s author page in Goodreads.
Check out Nestor’s interview in the Mississauga News.