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So Many Ways To Sleep Badly

I’ll be reading at the Toronto launch of So Many Ways To Sleep Badly, which is one of the finest and most innovative books I’ve read in a long time, written by one of the finest and most innovative people I’ve met in a long time.
This Ain’t the Rosedale Library launches Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s So […]

Fear of Fighting Reviewed in The Coast

“Fowles’ writing is poetic yet simple, and even her frequent pop culture references are applied with a graceful, light hand… Zuber’s drawings synthesize the day-to-day minutae of Marnie’s internal world with humour, heartache and guts… Fear of Fighting is a worthy, relatable read.”
-Sue Carter Flinn, The Coast

Canzine: Sunday, October 26th

Hotel Canzine
Canada’s Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture
Feel the Funny!
Sunday, October 26th, 2008 1pm-7 pm The Gladstone Hotel Downtown Toronto, 1214 Queen St. West (Queen just East of Dufferin) $5 admission comes with a free copy of the Fall issue of Broken Pencil Magazine – issue 41 “Comedy”
You never knew CanLit could be […]

Thank You

Thanks so much to everyone who attended the launch of Fear of Fighting on Tuesday night. Special thanks go to my wonderful collaborator, Marlena Zuber, our fantastic host Mariko Tamaki, and the very kind people at Pages Books and Magazines, most of all the spectacular and sleepless Chris Reed.

By the way, if you were at […]

Fear of Fighting Launches at The Gladstone Hotel: October 14



Recent Reviews for Be Good and Fear of Fighting

Review of Fear of Fighting, from Eye Weekly: “Paired well with Zuber’s drawings, Fowles words are simple and elegant. She has perfectly bottled the ennui and cruel narcissism of people old enough to have bad credit but still young enough to puke outside of bars. Even if you’re comfortably past that age, Fowles’ book is […]

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Interview in The Danforth Review

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 […]