I’m pleased to have an essay upcoming in Grain magazine.
I’m thrilled to have my story “The Trip” coming out this summer in The Feathertale Review.
My story “Freedom” is in the current issue of White Wall Review Issue 40.
I’m very excited to have my essay “Chase and Catch” published in CNQ: Canadian Notes & Queries!
Sally Cooper will publish SMELLS LIKE HEAVEN, her first collection of short stories, with ARP Books in June, 2017. Her third novel, THE LINE, is forthcoming with Wolsak & Wynn in 2018. She is the author of two novels, LOVE OBJECT (Dundurn, 2002) and TELL EVERYTHING (Dundurn, 2008).
Praise for Tell Everything:
“Cooper slowly peels back layers in search of the real lives and motivations behind the media maelstrom of a sensational trial. In a world that prefers clear answers, this is a bold attempt to show how roles can be blurred. [Cooper] uses the complicated relationship between Ramona and Pauline to show how the predator might also be a victim, or how the victim might play a part in her capture. By exploring these grey areas while holding a firm moral line on what constitutes abuse, Cooper has achieved an impressive and delicate balance.” Claire Cameron, The Globe and Mail
“Tell Everything is a tremendous accomplishment from a writer with a gift for complex character development, agonizing suspense and the occasional lyrical gem of a sentence.” Zoe Whittall, Now Magazine (Now Rating: NNNN):