Kari Trogen is a Canadian author whose YA debut, a reimagining of Swan Lake, was sparked from her dance and theatre-rich childhood in her hometown of Edmonton.
Kari holds an MA in English and Creative Writing from the University of New Brunswick, where she wrote a play based on the life and journals of Anne of Green Gables author L.M. Montgomery. Her middle grade novel Margaret and the Moth Tree (coauthored with her sister Brit Trogen) won a number of awards including a Silver Birch kids’ choice award from the Ontario Library Association.
Kari lives in Toronto with her husband and two young children.