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Bad Endings, Anvil Press, 2017

Get it at: Anvil Press, Book Warehouse, Iron Dog Books, Massy Books, Paperhound Bookshop, Pulp Fiction Books, Vancouver Public Library, or any independent bookstore or public library near you.

Watch Your Head: Writers & Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis, Coach House Books, 2020

Edited by Kathryn Mockler

Get it at: Coach House Books, Book Warehouse, Iron Dog Books, Massy Books, Paperhound Bookshop, Pulp Fiction Books, Vancouver Public Library, or any independent bookstore or public library near you.

Journey Prize Stories 31: The Best of Canada’s New Writers, McClelland & Stewart, 2019

Edited with Catherine Hernandez and Joshua Whitehead

Get it at: Penguin Random House, Book Warehouse, Iron Dog Books, Massy Books, Paperhound Bookshop, Pulp Fiction Books, Vancouver Public Library, or any independent bookstore or public library near you.

POETRY IS DEAD, ISSUE 18, METAL, 2018

EDITED WITH DAVID JAMES BROCK

RIP 2 THE MIGHTY PID

THIS ISSUE IS OUT OF PRINT*

Thank you to Dina Del Bucchia, Ben Rawluk, Daniel Zomparelli, all the writers, designers, editors, and everyone involved with Poetry is Dead over the years!

*Limited physical copies of this issue may still exist.

Everyday People: The Color of Life, Simon and Schuster, 2018

Edited by Jennifer Baker

Get it at: Simon and Schuster, Book Warehouse, Iron Dog Books, Massy Books, Paperhound Bookshop, Pulp Fiction Books, Vancouver Public Library, or any independent bookstore or public library near you.

Vancouver Noir, Akashic Books, 2018

Edited by Sam Wiebe

Get it at: Akashic Books, Book Warehouse, Iron Dog Books, Massy Books, Paperhound Bookshop, Pulp Fiction Books, Vancouver Public Library, or any independent bookstore or public library near you.

The Short Story Advent Calendar 2017 edition is SOLD OUT and therefore unavailable for purchase by regular means.

However, the good people at Hingston and Olsen continue to publish beautiful books and slick collections of short stories.

Support them if you can!

Ice melt; sea level rise; catastrophic weather; flooding; drought; fire; infestation; species extinction and adaptation; water shortage and contamination; intensified social inequity, migration and cultural collapse. These are but some of the changes that are not only predicted for climate changing futures, but already part of our lives in Canada. Although these transformations are global and dramatic, they are also experienced locally and particularly by people who are struggling to understand the impacts of climate change on their daily lives.

Honoured to be published in this critical anthology of climate change writing.

Published by the great people at Caitlin Press and edited by the wonderful Cate Sandilands.

Body & Soul: Stories for Skeptics and Seekers is a spiritual journey through experiences that can be liberating but also awkward and sometimes even dangerous, because women are so often excluded from conversations about spirituality. Liberation comes with breaking that age-old code of silence to talk about the messiness of faith, practice, religion and ceremony, to confess our sublimely unconventional modes of spiritual yearning.

Many thanks to Caitin Press for publishing this urgent and necessary collection!

What is real reconciliation? This collection of essays from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous contributors from across Canada welcomes readers into a timely, healing conversation—one we’ve longed for but, before now, have had a hard time approaching.

Published by Brindle and Glass.

Every year, The Writer’s Studio and SFU Publications co-publish emerge, a showcase of the writing of students in the Writer’s Studio. For readers, emerge is an opportunity to see the latest crop of literary voices and experience new stories and poems before they appear in print in other journals and publications. In emerge you will be able to read excerpts from a student’s manuscript (in fiction and non-fiction) or read the entirety of shorter pieces of poetry and short stories.

Find out more here.

Did I ever tell you about that time that Patton Oswalt tweeted a positive review of one of my stories?