Katie Boland talks to Caroline Leavitt about Eat Your Heart Out, writing, healing, and whether or not breakups are ever resolved.
Katie Boland on Being a Writer and an Actress. A guest blog on 49th Shelf.
Eat Your Heart Out included on Salty Ink’s Spring Preview: Short Fiction list.
With her sharp-shooter eye and intrepid heart, Katie Boland is the love child of Dorothy Parker and Jack Kerouac. In this, her debut collection, her stories and those who populate them live at the edges of what is civilized: they gamble love and truth, and in reading them, we cannot help but do the same. Eat Your Heart Out is a title as much as it is a dare. —Claudia Dey
In this radiantly written collection, Katie Boland tunnels into the beating, mysterious heart of human connections. Pummeled by life and haunted with hope, her characters are so vivid and alive, you’d swear they’re right behind you. Astonishing. —Caroline Leavitt, New York Times bestselling author of Pictures of You
Quill & Quire includes Eat Your Heart Out on their Spring preview for 2013.
Check out Katie Boland’s Proust Questionnaire on Open Book Toronto.
A stunning debut collection. Katie Boland captures love in all its terrifying permutations. These are characters we all have known or have been, rendered with unflinching honesty but also with compassion and wit. —Nino Ricci
Katie Boland eats her heart out. An interview on Literary Goon blog.
Katie Boland’s new book of short stories is a great example of the punch and pizzazz you’ll only find in a book of short fiction. Eat Your Heart Out is a vibrant collection: it’s snap crack and popping with life. —Chad Pelley, for 49th Shelf’s summer recommendations
Reminiscent of Hemingway’s sharp minimalism, paired with Kerouac’s verve, Eat Your Heart Out tackles being alive in the here and now, with sterling writing and stellar voices. Boland is a bold new old-soul in CanLit. —Globe and Mail