Dean Serravalle is the author of four novels, Reliving Charley (Oberon Press), Chameleon Days (Now or Never Press), Lock 7 (8th House Publishing), and his latest, Where I Fall, Where She Rises (Inanna Publications)


An English professor, Program Chair of English and Freelance Journalist, Dean received his M.A. from the University of Windsor, where he apprenticed under renowned poet Di Brandt and the late great literary author, Alistair Macleod.  He has published over thirty stories internationally, garnering nominations for the prestigious National Magazine Award and the Journey Prize in Canada. 

Most recently, Dean's novel, Chameleon(Days) was shortlisted for the 2020 ReLit Award. 



Dean's most recent work includes another novel, a children's series, a psychological thriller, and two screenplays (one animation).  He currently resides in Niagara Falls, Ontario with his family.