July 15 turned out to be an exciting day because not only was I still feeling dreamy about seeing my work in print in Arc but issue eight of (parenthetical) launched online– a day early! (You can also buy print copies!) One of my short stories appears within its pages! It’s called “Mermaid in the Seine”Continue reading “A Mermaid in Toronto’s (parenthetical)”
Just in time for the Easter weekend, my short story about the Eucharist is now published online with Synaesthesia Magazine! “Daily Bread” is from a collection of short stories about food and love that I have been working on the past couple years, and I am super excited that it’s been published in Synaesthesia Magazine‘sContinue reading “A short story in Synaesthesia Magazine’s EAT issue”
It’s still March over here in Canada, but it’s already April 1st in Australia, which means that the new issue of Vending Machine Press is now live, featuring my short story “Colossal.” “Colossal” is about love and heartbreak and colossal squid. It’s available free to read online, and I hope you will like it!
I’m excited to announce that I have work forthcoming in Arc Poetry Magazine! Look for “Sorrow Halved: Parts I & II” in issue 77 this summer. Arc is one of the best and most-respected lit journals out there, and I am absolutely over the moon to have work published by them! I also have a couple newly-polishedContinue reading “Forthcoming Spring & Publications”
Former Swoon co-host Jeffrey Ricker is a two-time novelist, a prolific short story writer, budding poet, and an all-around awesome person. I recently caught up with him online on behalf of Swoon to find out what he’s been working on since he moved away from Vancouver, and to find out what he’s doing for Valentine’sContinue reading “Interview with Jeffrey Ricker”