Siobhan’s novel is set to come out Fall 2019. Stay tuned for more.
Arsenal Pulp Press and Vivek Shraya announce first writer and book for new VS. Books imprint.
More about the collection here
Téa Mutonji is a writer and poet in Scarborough, Ontario. She has been awarded and published by The Scarborough Fair magazine in fiction and nonfiction and by the Ontario Book Publishers Organization as a Scarborough Emerging Writer in the 2017 “What’s Your Story?” contest. Her poem “Après Viol” won Excellence in Poetry at the University of Toronto’s 2017 English Undergraduate Conference. She is currently finishing her minor in Creative Writing, and her debut collection of short stories will be released in Spring 2019. Find her on Twitter and Instagram at
Jaclyn’s stunning debut chapbook, Hello Nice Man, will be launching March 1st at Knife Fork Books. It was a pleasure and an honour to work with her on these poems and I can’t wait to see what else is in store.
Start 2019 off right by reading a new story by Paola Ferrante on Joyland Canada. Edited by Kathryn Mockler
"Whatever Jeremy would say, the snakes were always a problem. I know if Jeremy told our story he would say he never saw the snake, but ask anyone in the part of Bangkok near the house that was going to be ours and they will say it belongs to the snakes, to king cobras that grow up to six metres in length, or to Burmese pythons which have been known to attack humans, sometimes the occasional alligator. Even the airport itself is built on what used to be known as Cobra Swamp. If it was Jeremy telling you our story, he would say I was the problem; he would never go out of his way to find the snake to kill it. With Jeremy, seeing was believing."