Archive for May, 2008
First Person Queer, edited by Richard Labonte and Lawrence Schimel (and featuring my essay The Straight Girl at the Party) won a prestigious Lambda Literary Award for best LGBT anthology last night at the 20th annual awards in West Hollywood. I wanted to congratulate and thank all of the amazing contributors to the anthology, and […]
But you can order it now if you’re so inclined.
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 […]
Come and celebrate one of Toronto’s oldest and most beloved reading series:
Tightrope Books is proud to announce the launch of
IV Lounge Nights
An Anthology of the Last Five Years
Edited by Alex Boyd and Myna Wallin
(CAN $21.95 USA $19.95 — May 2008)
Official Launch: 7 p.m. Thursday, May 29th, 2008 @ The Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Avenue.
“…Stacey May Fowles’ first novel…definitely proves she’s a writer filled with talent and insight…The writing is sharp and evocative and shows a deep level of sympathy for the characters and keen psychological understanding…the strength of the writing makes Be Good a very enjoyable read.”
-Broken Pencil Magazine, Issue 39
“…probably the most finely realized small press novel […]