Archive for February, 2008
The Toronto Star: “Be Good is an endearing and ambitious novel, chronicling the ‘walking wounded’ of a Canadian youth afflicted by a culture that implores them to ‘be good’ or ‘go west young f—ed-up chick.’”
The Globe and Mail: “Toronto writer Stacey May Fowles is cruising a scarred landscape between the poles of gay and […]
Jaymi Heimbuch interviews me about Be Good at The Feminist Pulse here.
“Morgan and Hannah are very much opposites in character, yet they share a lot of similarities, including a sense of inconsolable discontent in their lives, no matter the changes they make. Why do you stress this element of them, even with such polar personalities?