J.R. McConvey's stories have been shortlisted for the Journey Prize, the Bristol Short Story Prize, and the Matrix Lit Pop award. His work has appeared in the Malahat Review, Joyland, EVENT, the Puritan, the New Quarterly, carte blanche, filling Station, and the Feathertale Review. He is the winner of the 2016 Jack Hodgins Founders' Award for Fiction.
If you've been finding it hard to read with all of this uncertainty in the world, we recommend catching the tail-end of Short Story Month with our tasty list of short story reads, all with a swirly bent on the strange and surreal. Here in the Off/Kilter Kitchen, we give you ... Read more
Today #aluseasonsreadings comes to an end with picks for the supernatural enthusiasts who don't mind when life is a little off-kilter. Don't forget: ALL of our Season's Readings book recommendations from this month will be 15% off until December 13th! BONUS: all orders come ... Read more
In today's Hallowe'en-perfect musing, we wondered: if literature's classic monsters had a literary appetite, what would they read?
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