Just in time for International Women’s Day, the new (sadly, final) issue of Quaint Magazine is now live! Quaint is an American journal that showcases work by female-identified and genderqueer/non-binary folk, much like some of my other favourite Canadian magazines like Room Magazine and Canthius. I’m really pleased that the new issue of Quaint includes my short fiction, “Shish Kabob.” It’s aboutContinue reading “New fiction in Quaint Magazine”
I’m thrilled that the Caitlin Press anthology I edited, Boobs: Women Explore What It Means to Have Breasts, will be at the 2016 Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts. Lorna Crozier, Rebecca Hendry, Janine Alyson Young and I will read and have a conversation about the book. If you’re thinking ahead to your summer, whyContinue reading “Boobs anthology to be featured at Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts in August 2016”
Happy International Women’s Day! I’m delighted that a feature about Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts—due to be published later this month by Caitlin Press—is up on the All Lit Up website today as the newest edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change. Julia Horel interviews me about how the Boobs project cameContinue reading “Interview with Boobs contributors up on All Lit Up for International Women’s Day”
You can now pre-order your copy (copies?!) of Boobs: Women Explore What It Means to Have Breasts, an anthology edited by yours truly and forthcoming with Caitlin Press before the end of this month. I’m immensely proud to be able to showcase the important stories and poems within this book’s covers. About the book: “At turnsContinue reading “Boobs: Women Explore What It Means to Have Breasts”
I’ve already received wonderful submissions for BOOBS, but I’m still searching for more! Please spread the word and send in your own stories. I am so excited to share this anthology with the world.