Part 1 of a three-part excerpt from The Running Trees by Amber McMillan.
“Tom’s Wedding,” was published in Susan Sanford Blades' debut novel-in-stories, Fake It So Real.
A previously published short story by Julie Paul.
Toast Soldiers is a evocative short story collection from award-winning poet and author, Bruce Meyer. Stunningly dark and full of beautiful incongruities and absurdities, the stories center on characters grappling with a confounding universe.
A short story from the award-winning Maine author Jim Nichols.
Sydney Warner Brooman (they/them) was raised in Grimsby, Ontario. They attended Western University in London, Ontario, and currently live in Toronto. The Pump is their debut short fiction collection. Their story “The Bottom” was shortlisted for The Malahat Review’s 2020 Open Season Awards, and they have recent work in American Chordata, Thorn Literary Magazine, and other literary journals.
A review by Michelle Butler Hallett of Jeff Bursey's new collection of short fiction, An Impalpable Certain Rest.
The characters in Pigeon Soup & Other Stories are navigating relationships and grappling with issues of translocation, language and identity, religion and culture, and food.
The Crooked Thing is a collection of intense and emotional stories, there are traumas and betrayals, loves and losses, missed opportunities and discoveries, and above all, hope.
In the course of social isolation, social distancing, and social solitude, every hour can seem to last a year. In 'The Hours', Bruce Meyer presents six stories that showcase how individuals responded to pandemics throughout history with dignity and determination.
John O'Neill's gothic short stories, set in the Canadian Rockies, are haunted by the violence inherent in nature and humans. The mountains are majestic and impassive. The characters are surprising, bent, but also empathetic.
Walking Leonard and Other Stories, is a short story collection of roughly 30,000 words in the literary fiction genre. The stories depict unspoken pivot points in the lives of ordinary people.
Full of humour and compassion, Night Watch collects three novellas that explore the lives of rural veterinarians.
Traci Skuce's Hunger Moon is a collection of stories that echo with the yearning to be replenished, to be made full.
In Urban Disturbances, his second collection of short fiction, Bruce McDougall writes unaffectedly and persuasively about unexceptional people doing unremarkable things.