Category: little stories

Finger-banging: free from Plenitude Magazine

Do you ever wish you could know me a little better? Do you ever think to yourself, “You know, Sierra could over-share a bit MORE than she already does”? Well, you are in luck, friends! Plenitude Magazine, the best queer literary magazine in all of Canada (and, quite possibly, in

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#TBT: A Modest Economic Proposal, Fringe, December 2011

So many pieces of writing are published in small literary magazines, both in print and online, only to slowly fade from view. A couple days ago I checked one of my links to a piece I’d written for the Vancouver Sun and found that it is no longer online. The article was

How to Annoy a Writer, Part II

In which I explain how to annoy elderly women writers…

10 Ways to Annoy a Poet (and other writers of “less marketable” literature)

Hilarious. That is all.

How I Got My Confidence Back, or The Story of Winning The New Quarterly’s Edna Staebler Personal Essay Contest

When I found out that my essay “The Wrong Way” had won The New Quarterly‘s Edna Staebler Personal Essay Contest, I was ecstatic, but also sworn to secrecy. Considering that the piece was published in November and I now also have an interview up on the TNQ website, I think it

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