George Opacic


Quantum Events

“Short Stories”

Step into the minds of a neandertal, pretending to be human; a person who burns bodies for the mob; two women, friends at work and war; an environmentalist who falls into ptsd…

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Quantum Events


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Pretending To Be Human
The Universe Is Shrinking
The Land is Life
The Clinker
Is God Dead?
Corporate M & A 
Living in a Pingo
Skytrain Desultory
Do They Walk Among Us?
The Future of the Future
Love Is War
Bus Delivery
Squids and Free Will
Searching For Fate
The Cub
Moebius Slip


Author Bio

While traveling on business during his career, George wrote numerous short stories and many filmscripts, including Shroomtown, Hellenic Digits, Hammurabi, L5, World HQ, Where There’s Smoke, and Protocol Omega.

A past president of the Federation of BC Writers, he was awarded their prestigious Honorary Life Membership in 2016.

Current books and projects include his collection of short stories, plays and a poem – Quantum Events; an ambitious novel called The Antichrist of Stanley Park, which takes place in Nunavut and Vancouver; a book by George and Ron M. Craig called In a Cloud of Sails, which follows the remarkable adventures of a square-rigged sailing ship built in North Vancouver in 1968; and The Giants of Cathedral Grove, about a clan of neandertals who, unsuccessfully, tried to hide from the other humans in a remote part of the world.

George founded the publishing company called Rutherford Press. Its first publications were Notes To Mother by Jeff Berry, and Flying With White Eagle by Ben Nuttall-Smith. Also proudly offered are Explore the Alaskan Coast and French Silk on Water, by Patrick Hill, along with further works by Ben Nuttall-Smith titled Crescent Beach Reflections, Mad God of the Toltecs, Discovered In A Scream, and Henry Hamster Esquire.

George offers a series of professionally prepared workshops which have been well received around the province. Check them out here: Workshops

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