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Tag Archives: short fiction

Read an excerpt from Swimmers in Winter

Certain Women meets The Mars Room in Swimmers in Winter, a sharp and stylistic debut collection by Faye Guenther published in August 2020. Swimmers in Winter swirls between real and imagined pasts and futures to delve into our present cultural moment. These are soul-searching, plot-driven character studies. Read an excerpt from the story “Flood Lands”… Continue Reading Read an excerpt from Swimmers in Winter

Contest: Win Lands and Forests by Andrew Forbes

“Andrew Forbes’ Lands and Forests shows us what the short story was made to do: delight us, surprise us, and prompt us to more fully recognize ourselves.” Johanna Skibsrud, Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning author of The Sentimentalists We’re giving away Lands and Forests, the second short story collection by Andrew Forbes! Here’s how to enter for… Continue Reading Contest: Win Lands and Forests by Andrew Forbes

Preview: The Babysitter by H.B. Hogan

This read’s on us: here’s a story from H.B. Hogan’s forthcoming collection of short fiction, This Keeps Happening, to get you through your first back-to-school/work/etc. commute. Enjoy! THE BABYSITTER Ruth, ten, sat at the kitchen table, chewing on her straw and avoiding Mandy’s eyes. Mandy was her fourteen-year-old neighbour, which made her practically an adult… Continue Reading Preview: The Babysitter by H.B. Hogan

Invisible Andrews Appear in Toronto & Montreal

Join Invisible Publishing to celebrate two new books by two awesome Andrews. Come for the readings, stay for the merriment! Andrew Hood’s Jim Guthrie: Who Needs What is the latest addition to Invisible Publishing’s Bibliophonic series, telling the story of a musician doing what he loved and keeping it weird—all without really having to leave… Continue Reading Invisible Andrews Appear in Toronto & Montreal