Spencer Gordon is the author of the short story collection Cosmo (Coach House Books, 2012) and is co-founder of The Puritan. His writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, EVENT, THIS Magazine, Poetry Is Dead, The Winnipeg Review, CNQ, Broken Pencil, Joyland and many other periodicals and anthologies. He lives and works in Toronto, ON.
Lots of reading series to hit this week, plus our first festival of the year: the SPARKS Literary Festival in St. John's Newfoundland!
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See why "True Blood wishes it was [as] good" as Alexandra Grigorescu's haunting and gorgeous debut, Cauchemar, set in the Deep South. Ignore winter's last gasps and immerse yourself in the magic and romanticism of Grigorescu's Louisianan bayou.
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