Brendan is the author of eighteen books in philosophy, environmental ethics, history of ideas, spirituality, urban fantasy fiction, science fiction, and game design.

His ideas have been featured by the Pacific Business and Law Institute, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, the BC Civil Liberties Association, and the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids. He’s run four successful fundraising campaigns on Kickstarter, chaired a labour union, presented a TED talk, 
and hunted for fairy tales in seven European countries.

Originally from Elora, Ontario, Brendan holds a PhD in philosophy from NUI Galway, and now serves as professor at CEGEP Heritage College, in Gatineau, Quebec. Through his publishing imprint, Northwest Passage Books, Brendan also provides self-publishing assistance and ethics consulting services to private clients.

 

“Myers’ analysis confronts our very raison d’etre against our uncertain times. He asks the questions that most prefer not to ask.”

Michael York, Professor of Theology, Bath Spa University.

“Masterfully weaving together a rich world of mythos, Myers follows in the footsteps of the great fantasy storytellers of our time—Martin and Tolkien—but he does it on his own terms, bringing new twists and turns.

L.M. Browning, author of The Nameless Man and The Castaway Children.