About

James Davidge was born in Edmonton, Alberta and studied education at the University of Calgary.
His first novel, Driftwood Ellesmere, was published in 2006 by Bayeux Arts.
He has since released the four remaining novels that complete the Driftwood Saga, a series about a young girl who tries to save the world using heartfelt magic.
James has released two graphic novels with Edmonton artist Bob Prodor;  The Duchess Ranch of Old John Ware recounts the inspirational legend of a respected black cowboy from Calgary's frontier history;  Thirteen Minutes is a 20th century fable about the Alberta Eugenics Board, the Dadaist art movement and the short-lived Prairie Hockey League. 
James released My Modern Panic in 2012 - a collection of short comic and prose stories that playfully yet thoughtfully address various social issues.  It features illustrations by many great Canadian artists including Fiona Staples, Nick Johnson and Judd Palmer.
James also writes an ongoing comic series entitled Mathemagick that is illustrated by his cousin, Vancouver animator Jesse Davidge.
An active founding board member of the Old Trout Puppet Workshop, James teaches at the Willow Park School for Arts-Centred Learning and lives just outside of Calgary with his wife and daughter.


Reviews and Interviews

Metro News My Modern Panic Interview, October, 2012
Calgary Herald My Modern Panic Interview, October, 2012
Artists' Asylum Project Video Interview, June 2011
Sequential Tart Interview, May 2010
Calgary Herald Driftwood Interview, December, 2008
Sequential Tart Interview, June 2007
Sequential Tart Wandering Stars Review June 2007