Jenny Sampirisi is the author of the novel Is/Was from Insomniac Press. She is the managing editor of BookThug, where she also edits the Department of Narrative Studies imprint, which focuses on innovative prose. She is the co-director of the Toronto New School of Writing, a series of reading and writing workshops designed and facilitated by working writers. She teaches English Literature and Composition at Ryerson University. Croak is her first poetry collection.
As the temperatures drop, warm your brains up with some literary happenings in your neighbourhood. If you're in Toronto, might we suggest The Puritan's Black Friday event, featuring a bevy of authors on All Lit Up?
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