Terry Fuchs was born in 1949 in Kitchener, Ontario, and grew up in the nearby town of Preston (present-day Cambridge). He spent summer vacations in St. Thomas, Ontario, and on the shore of Lake Huron. Currently he spends his summers at a cottage near Delta, Ontario. He teaches Writing at St. Lawrence College in Kingston.
He is the co-author with Christian Barber of a local history, Their Enduring Spirit: The History of Frontenac Provincial Park 1783-1990, but his own writing is largely in the genre of the personal essay. Fuchs has had essays published in The Kingston Whig-Standard, The Whig-Standard Magazine, Harrowsmith, The Globe and Mail, Nature Canada, The Toronto Star, The Christian Science Monitor, North by Northeast, Canadian Heritage, City and Country Home, Outdoor Canada, and Cottage Life.
Waking at Rush Cove (Author)