Jeremy Hanson-Finger was born in Victoria, BC. A co-founder of the magazine Dragnet, his short fiction has appeared in Joyland, Little Fiction, and Feathertale, and his nonfiction in The Puritan . His website is hanson-finger.com. This is his first novel. He currently lives in Ottawa.
Once you read that last chapter of a good book and put it down, there is so much to do and so much to consider. You want to take a moment and decide how it made you feel, or write down your two cents, maybe even cross it off your list and reach for the next book. But my personal ... Read more
We've been feeling alive with Jeremy Hanson-Finger's part medical dramedy, part detective story Death and the Intern (Invisible Publishing), so our final July book club post has us excitedly recommending some follow-up reads that'll keep you sharp and sleuth-y.
We were lucky enough to interview Jeremy Hanson-Finger, author of our book club pick Death and the Intern (Invisible Publishing), and we made a quiz to help you find your next read whether you're in the water or on the beach this summer.
This week we got excited about the Indigenization of CanLit, and the official kick off of our summer book club, and more (but you'll have to keep reading).
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