Echolocation Issue 12 Launch
Thursday, November 1, 2012
No One Writes to the Colonel
460 College St., Toronto, ON
Readings start at 8pm
My story “The Inkling” is featured in the new issue of Echolocation, the literary journal produced by the Graduate English students at the University of Toronto.
“The Inkling” is the tale of Jarls Jensen, a failed journalist, who seeks a fortune-telling fraud to influence his wife. This story was inpired by a dream, my cat Harold, Picton, my grandparent’s Airstream in Dwyer Hill, and my brother’s fondness for the name Jarls…Berg.
|Reading “Summer Sublet”
At the launch, I’ll be reading a different story from my almost finished collection, Men and the Drink
, alongside fellow contributors Ben Ladouceur
and Andrew Battershill
. Drop by for a copy of the new issue, a reading or three, drinks, dancing, and conversation.
|Super Fans R & D & G
A good week is having one story accepted for publication, a great week is having two.
Joyland will publish “Rivals”, the story of hockey card collecting sisters who share more than sport. Joyland is a literary magazine created by Emily Schultz and Brian Joseph Davis. Editors across North America select short fiction by authors from specific locales.
Echolocation will feature “The Inkling”, the tale of failed journalist Jarls Jensen who seeks a fortune-telling fraud to influence his wife. Echolocation is the literary journal produced by the Graduate English students at the University of Toronto.
Stay tuned for release dates.