Archive for 'Press'
Via Variety, Sundance winner Geneviève Dulude-Decelles will direct an independent movie based on Stacey May Fowles’ Infidelity. Dulude-Decelles, who won the Sundance Short Film jury award for “The Cut” last year, is also writing the script. Allison Black of Euclid 431 Pictures and Karen Shaw of Quarterlife Crisis Prods. are producing with […]
I contribute to Maisonneuve’s Best Books of the Year, and chat with The Barnstormer about my favourite 2012 sports moment.
Shelf Esteem is a weekly measure of the books on the shelves of writers, editors, and other word lovers, as told to Emily M. Keeler. Click here to read the conversation.
The wonderful folks over at The Consensual Project interviewed me about consent, rape culture, and “hooking up:”
In some ways, even stating your sexual needs (and what you don’t need) is a revolutionary act. I’d like to think that climate is changing, but I feel like we have a long way to go before women are […]
Open Book Toronto has named me, and a number of fantastic Toronto upstarts, “Rabble-Rousers” in their Winter Magazine:
There is a lot of talk in the book world these days. With this Spotlight, we raise a glass to those who consistently have something to say. This group always seems to be at the heart of the […]
To celebrate the book’s National Post Canada Also Reads nod, Fear of Fighting is being offered as a free e-book until April.
From Invisible Publishing:
“You should read Fear of Fighting; the National Post’s Afterword said so. And out of relief and ecstasy for someone (specifically defender Zoe Whittall who also just had her book Bottle Rocket […]
Stacey May Fowles answered 10 questions from Winston (the TINARS mascot) after serving as a “celebrity assassin” at the TINARS event to launch Graham Roumieu’s latest title, 101 Ways To Kill Your Boss. Read the interview here. Read the Pages review of Be Good here.
Check out an interview with The Danforth Review’s Katelynn Schoop here.
With the publication of Fear of Fighting, novelist and publisher of Shameless magazine Stacey May Fowles addresses the often-silenced world of mental illness, and the […]
My new publisher, Invisible Publishing, has been getting some attention lately. From The Chronicle Herald:
Although it calls itself Invisible, one of Eastern Canada’s youngest book publishers is starting to make its mark… During this first year of publishing, Invisible and its authors have achieved nationwide distribution and media coverage, plus recognition from government in the […]
John Degen’s wonderful piece in This Magazine on Be Good is now online. You can read the full article, Sex and the Fortysomething, here. Here’s a taste: “In probably the most finely realized small press novel to come out in Canada last year, Toronto writer Stacey May Fowles puts a small cast of twentysomething […]