Early last month, a story of mine titled "Playing the Man" was published online in Plenitude. This queer lit mag is publishing some of the most exciting writing in Canada—from authors like Kai Cheng Tom, Adèle Barclay, Kayla Czaga, and Sierra Skye Gemma, to name a few. All of the content is accessible for free online. If you haven't … Continue reading December Recap: “Playing the Man” in Plenitude & Violet Hour Reading
"The Host," a weird and darkly humorous story I wrote two winters ago, is out in the latest issue of Cosmonaut's Avenue! Click below to read.
One of my short fiction pieces, titled "Night Collection," appears alongside fiction from award-winning Canadian author Aislinn Hunter and an interview with Eden Robinson in Room magazine's "Canadian Gothic" issue, on newsstands now! From the Room website: In Room’s call for submissions for this issue, we asked writers and artists how they imagine the gothic literary tradition manifests itself within Canada’s … Continue reading New Short Fiction in Room’s Canadian Gothic Issue!
This summer, I've been hard at work trying to wrap up my thesis project. In the meantime, after sending out A LOT of short fiction (and racking up my rejection count), I’m beyond thrilled to say I’ve found homes for some of my pieces in a handful of great Canadian lit mags. "Night Collection" is a short story which asks why we … Continue reading New Short Fiction…Coming Soon!
I wrote this tree planting-inspired short story, featured in Issue 20 of the Maple Tree Literary Supplement, after my fourth season, which included few moose sightings from my truck, one apocalyptic forest fire, and all of the usual tree planting shenanigans. The Maple Tree Literary Supplement is a triannual literary publication featuring poetry, fiction, critical essays, … Continue reading “Moira & the Moose” Goes Live!