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Gail is a Punk

What happens when an eccentric Australian poet decamps to Berlin with an inheritance from her right-wing aunt? That’s the premise of my new story, “Gail is  Punk”, out now in Grain magazine. Read more

Six questions with Eliza Robertson

She has been rightly dubbed–on both sides of the Atlantic–one of Canadian literature’s rising stars. And no wonder. Over the last few years, Eliza Robertson has garnered an impressive array of awards and accolades for her deeply enigmatic, pitch-perfect short stories. Read more

Coconut Dreams finds a home in This magazine

“Coconut Dreams” is a story close to my heart. Set in inner city Halifax, it tells a tale of teenage yearning–the tough, understated and confusing relationship between two boys who live in the same housing project.  Read more

“Efren’s Place” to debut in Edmonton

This weekend my short story “Efren’s Place” will make its stage debut with Guys in Disguise and Workshop West Playwrights Theatre as part of this year’s Loud & Queer Cabaret. The L & Q cabaret is a Canadian arts institution, featuring the longest running showcase of queer arts in Western Canada. Read more

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