Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

Favourite Short Stories

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It's super rare that I ever feel like writing about writing instead of actually writing (yeah, that's a lot of writings). I just can't imagine that anyone would really be interested in what I have to say about that kind of thing. But in case you are: over on my blog, listophelia, I've posted a list of my top ten favourite short stories. It'll give you some idea of what I love about writing and reading short fiction. And probably a little insight into my weirdo neuroses as well.

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Amy Jones

Amy Jones's short fiction has appeared or in several Canadian publications, including The New Quarterly, Grain, Prairie Fire, Event, The Antigonish Review, maisonneuve and 08: Best Canadian Stories. In 2006, she was the winner of the CBC Literary Award for Short Story in English. Her first short fiction collection, What Boys Like, is the winner of the 2008-2009 Metcalf-Rooke Award and is published by Biblioasis.

Go to Amy Jones’s Author Page