Fawn is the author of Set-Point (ARP Books, 2019). Her short story, FEED MACHINE, was long-listed for the 2020 McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. She is co-founder of BAD NUDES Magazine, BAD BOOKS Press, and is president of The Parker Agency.
A current MA candidate at the University of Toronto, she is the recipient of the Adam Penn Gilders Award for Fiction (2019) and Concordia University's Irving Layton Award for Fiction (2017). Her short fiction and poetry has been widely published including, EVENT Magazine, The Puritan, The Void Magazine.
She teaches the course CREATING AN ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE at the University of Toronto and INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING at the University of New Brunswick College of Extended Learning.
This week we bookclubbed, completed another Read Harder Challenge, chatted with authors, and more!
This week the quarantine didn't stop us: our National Poetry Month celebration ALU DiscoverVerse continued with five more poets, the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize shortlist was announced, celebrity libraries were revealed, and more.
This week included freaky gems for Women in Horror Month, advice for writer's block, a conversation about gender equality and inclusivity, #IReadCanadianDay, and more!
This week we read a brilliant and heartbreaking essay on death and humour by Fawn Parker, created a very scientific quiz to help you find your literary love match, shared Read Harder challenges, and more!
My first job after my mother died was a contract position writing a Joke of the Day calendar. Each day I input approximately ninety jokes into an Excel spreadsheet, selecting which would appear on significant days such as the day my mother died, her birthday, the day she birthed ... Read more
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This week we talked grief and writing, land and poetry, King of the Hill, punk music, and more.
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