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Tightrope Books Launches Be Good!

Tightrope Books is proud to announce the launch of Stacey May Fowles’ debut novel Be Good and Fraser Sutherland’s Manual for Emigrants
Wednesday, November 14th, 7:30 PM
Revival
783 College Street West @ Shaw
Toronto, Ontario

Featuring a performance by Tomboyfriend and DJ Ashley Olsen, and a reading by Dayle Furlong.

CKLN 88.1

On Sunday, October 21st at 10:30 AM I’m going to be on CKLN 88.1 (in Toronto) as part of Radio Cliteracy and the station’s annual fundFEST.
Tune in and listen to me talk about Shameless Magazine and my forthcoming novel. You’ll also have the opportunity to make pledges to support CKLN and the fine work they […]

Toronto Small Press Book Fair

Fall 2007 Toronto Small Press Book Fair
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West
The Toronto Small Press Book Fair is just around the corner! Don’t miss this twice-yearly celebration of bookmakers and writers. The fair takes place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and this year we’ll have an Afternoon of Readings also […]

LWOT Fall Classic: Excerpt from Be Good

Lies With Occasional Truth has published “Like Otters in Love,” an excerpt from Be Good.

Eye Weekly Mentions Be Good In Their Fall Book Guide

The October 4th Issue of Eye Weekly mentions Be Good in the fall Book Guide:
WHAT BOOK ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS FALL?

Interview in Open Book Toronto

The fabulous Zoe Whittall has interviewed me for a brand new site called Open Book Toronto. Read the interview: Zoe T. Leroy asks author Stacey May Fowles about Britney, Chris Crocker, David Miller, Unicorns, Babies and her First Novel!.

An Excerpt from Be Good in Kiss Machine 15

Kiss Machine’s fifteenth issue is now on sale!
An excerpt from Be Good appears in the latest issue of Kiss Machine: What she said and What she meant.
From the Kiss Machine Editors:
“The theme for our Goodbye Issue was chosen by departing editor Emily Pohl-Weary. It’s her way of saying goodbye to Kiss Machine, and vice versa.
Goodbyes […]