Work forthcoming in various magazines and journals, in print and online, including World Literature Today, Herizons, Augur Magazine, Ars Medica, and The Los Angeles Review of Books.
2010-2020 Writing about bookish life in Canada, CanLit and being BuriedInPrint: a collection of 1.700 articles, essays and reviews, including discussion of more than 850 works by Canadian writers
2020 World Literature Today “The Body of the Beasts by Audrée Wilhelmy (Trans. Susan Ouriou)” 94.1 (Winter 2020): 96-97 (R)
2020 PRISM international “Eglinton Avenue in New Fiction: A comparative review of Frying Plantain and The Student“ (R)
2019 Resident Reviewer at The /tƐmz/ Review: writing about long- and short-form fiction published by independent presses and publishers, including Richard Van Camp’s Moccasin Square Gardens (R) and Nancy Jo Cullen’s The Western Alienation Merit Badge (R)
2019 Regular Contributor to Literary Ladies: Biographies, including Natalie Babbitt (E) and Barbara Pym (E); Essays, including “Playing Town: Revisiting Louise Fitzhugh’s Harriet the Spy“ (E) and “Drinking from the Spring: Rereading Tuck Everlasting“ (E)
2019 The Los Angeles Review of Books “On Ponies, Players, and Improbability: On Shannon Pufahl’s “On Swift Horses” (R)
2019 The Chicago Review of Books “Language, Translation, and the Intimacy of Community” (R)
2019 The Mark Literary Review 9 (Summer 2019) “Surplus” (SS)
2019 Orbis (UK) Issue 186 (Winter 2019): “Spectators” (SS 52-53)
E=Essay / R=Review / SS=Short Story
In addition to the recent publications above, other work has been published in North America and Europe, in The Rusty Toque, Room, Other Voices, Mslexia, Wandering Dog, QWF, Orbis, Tears in the Fence, Pagitica, Front and Centre, and Danforth Review.
Short fiction anthologized by City Works Press (US) and the milieu press (Canada).
And other recognition? Five Fingers Review’s Annual Fiction Contest (Winner), NOW’s Annual Feminist Fiction Writers’ Award (Winner), So to Speak’s Annual Short Fiction Contest (Finalist), Other Voices’ Annual Fiction Contest (Shortlist), Phillip Good Competition (Shortlist) and THIS Magazine’s Great Canadian Literary Hunt (Shortlist).