Fear of Fighting

By Stacey May Fowles
Illustrated by Marlena Zuber

Fear of Fighting
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Combining Stacey May Fowles’s humorous, biting prose with Marlena Zuber’s whimsical and raw illustrations, Fear of Fighting searches for meaning in the mundane. Set in the lonely, urban landscape of downtown Toronto, the story revolves around Marnie, a broken-hearted young ... Read more


Overview

Combining Stacey May Fowles’s humorous, biting prose with Marlena Zuber’s whimsical and raw illustrations, Fear of Fighting searches for meaning in the mundane. Set in the lonely, urban landscape of downtown Toronto, the story revolves around Marnie, a broken-hearted young woman fighting to find something more.

"Fowles navigates the devastating terrain of a broken heart with grace, humour, and wit. "Quill & Quire

Stacey May Fowles

Stacey May Fowles’s written work has been published in various online and print magazines, including Kiss Machine, Girlistic, the Absinthe Literary Review, and subTERRAIN. Her first novel, Be Good, was published with Tightrope Books. She currently lives in Toronto and is the publisher of Shameless Magazine.

Marlena Zuber

Marlena Zuber is a freelance illustrator and artist. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design and her illustrations have appeared in various publications including the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, BUST Magazine and Print Magazine.

Reviews

"As gut-wrenching as it is delightful. Fowles navigates the devastating terrain of a broken heart with grace, humour, and wit. "Quill & Quire

“Stacey May Fowles evokes Lives of Girls and Women in a text that is often sweetly sad, but not sorry. ”—Mariko Tamaki, co-creator of Skim

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