Once described as a "Toronto small press fixture" by Flare Magazine, Nathaniel G. Moore is the author of seven books, including Savage, winner of the 2014 ReLit Award for Best Novel. His work has appeared in Canadian Literature, The Globe and Mail, PRISM international, The National Post, This Magazine, Taddle Creek, The Georgia Straight and Broken Pencil. A lifelong Torontonian, he currently lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick with his wife Amber McMillan, the poet and poetry editor (Nightwood Editions, PRISM international, Douglas & McIntyre), and daughter. He works as a publicist for Nightwood Editions, Douglas & McIntyre and Harbour Publishing and moonlights as a freelance journalist.
Our featured character today hails from the peak of his self-described "Mount Psychosis": Gabe Samsung is alternately spooning mental health facility poundcake into his mouth and former girlfriends in his bed, all the while torturing himself with fantasies of his ex-girlfriend. ... Read more
Baseball is a team sport and everybody wants a team to work well together, right? That means more double and triple plays, more catching the opposite team trying to steal bases, and more grand slams (and probably a few more refreshments for the ballpark crowd, amirite?). There’s ... Read more
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