Smells Like Heaven

It’s official! Smells Like Heaven, my third book, is coming out with ARP Books in June. Here’s a peek at the publisher’s description:

Set in the fictional town of Fletcher, the connected stories in Smells Like Heaven span thirty years. Fletcher is a town the characters strive to escape, but keep returning to, as they stumble through life searching for ways to connect and transcend their claustrophobic pasts. Following two sisters—Devon and Christine—as well as their friends and lovers, Smells Like Heaven exposes the core of what it means to be transformed by love.

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News

I’m pleased to have an essay in the current issue of  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!

“Rennick: Prints of Prints Taped on the Wall”

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It started with a bridge he crossed and crossed again with friends who loved him in Amsterdam and ended with him devoured, the thread dropped in the labyrinth. It started with feathers and trefoils, fleurs-de-lis, poppies, paisleys, leaves and grass blades – the exuberance of pattern – and ended with striped tents and fence rails, black branches, floorboards, beams and looming cats, with him stepping off the secret path. And despite their ebullient love, his dissolution, a slow fade into sheets.

 

 

Greg Rennick

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