Cozy Fest: Marion Agnew + Making Up the Gods

Joining us on Cozy Fest is Marion Agnew and her debut novel, Making Up the Gods (Latitude 46 Publishing). In this excerpt, the character Chenoweth reflects on a bright memory from his otherwise complicated relationship with his late stepbrother.

Now reading on Cozy Fest: Making Up the Gods by Marion Agnew.


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Marion Agnew reads from Making Up the Gods
(Latitude 46 Publishing)

About our reader

A photo of writer Marion Agnew, a light-skinned woman with short cut grey hair, wearing glasses and a bright patterned scarf.

Marion Agnew is the author of a personal essay collection, Reverberations: A Daughter’s Meditations on Alzheimer’s (Signature Editions, 2019). It was shortlisted for the Louise de Kiriline Lawrence award for nonfiction. Her essays have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a National Magazine Award. Making Up the Gods is her debut novel. She lives in Shuniah, Ontario, mere yards from Lake Superior, on Anishinaabe/ Robinson-Superior Treaty territory.

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Thanks to Marion for reading from her book for All Lit Up’s second-annual Cozy Fest! You can learn more about Making Up the Gods, and order from ALU or your fave local bookstore (via the Shop Local button), right here.

For more to come, or to catch up on the series, click here.