I’m so pleased to share “A Fierce Little Country,” a new essay in Electric Literature. Advertisements
So honoured to have “The Wolf is Tearing Up the Place” published by one of my favourite literary online magazines, The Millions.
I’m honoured and grateful to see “Writing on the Dotted Line: Fierce, Focused and Moving Forward with a Writers’ Contract,” the panel Krista Foss and I gave at last year’s CCWWP conference published in the current issue of TNQ: The New Quarterly.
In which I gab about Severus Snape and peripatetic reading. Check it out here.
Smells Like Heaven receives a review in the Winnipeg Free Press: The structure of the connected stories works like the turning of a kaleidoscope Smells Like Heaven makes Hamilton Magazine‘s list of Hot Hamilton Reads. GetLit: Listen to Sally Cooper’s interview with Jamie Tennant below. Set in the fictional town of Fletcher, the connected stories in Smells … More Smells Like Heaven
Who doesn’t love a good book playlist? The stories in Smells Like Heaven span thirty years. Some of these songs appear in the book; others, well, you’ll see. Slip this cassette into the deck and enjoy the ride. I know I did. Grateful Dead’s “Ripple” has to come first. I originally called the book Ripple and … More Smells Like Heaven Mixtape
Can We Read It Yet? This week ten copies of Smells Like Heaven arrived in a box on my doorstep. I waited until my children came home then filmed them painstakingly taking turns opening the box with an old steak knife. When they took out the books, they looked even happier than me, not an … More Should Your Children Read Your (Adult) Fiction?
Buy More Art This week I visited some neighbours’ studios on a local artists’ tour and found the above sign propped on the kitchen counter at a house around the corner from me. My mom bought me a resonant work of art made of found objects (including linoleum from the city where I went to … More Found Objects and Launches
Last week this stack of postcards came, a precursor to the thrill of holding the book for the first time, a moment which is now mere weeks away. The postcards were great swag to hand out at the Hamilton Public Library reading on April 22. Every reader was strong and distinct and I was thrilled … More Postcards and Pups
Which topic is mine? Perhaps all three. Come to the Hamilton Public Library on Saturday, April 22 at 1:00 p.m. and find out.