I’m honoured to have an article featuring a review of my book, along with two wonderful books, published in Image Journal. In “Piercing the Fog of God,” author and professor Samuel Martin, who is also an alumnus of Redeemer University and the U of T Creative Writing program, explores connections between Flannery O’Connor’s short story “Revelation,” my short story, “Ears to Hear,” as well as stories from collections by Kristin Valdez Quade and Chanelle Benz. I’ve long been a fan of Image and am grateful for the work they do in exploring faith and the arts.
This weekend is an exciting one in Hamilton as the annual Supercrawl Festival will be taking over James St. North. I’ll be visiting and reading at the Author Tent at Circus Stage, on Saturday at 2:00pm. Stop by to say hi or buy a book!
BlogTO wrote a piece about the Carry On Books vending machine. What a great initiative by Literary Press Group, funded by Canada Book Fund.
Billy Bishop airport on Toronto Island just got a book vending machine, and The Whole Beautiful World is in it! It’s called Carry On Books, and was created by Literary Press Group. Read more about it in this Toronto Star article.
This week, radio station CMFU out of MacMaster University, aired an interview I did with Jamie Tenant, host of the show Get Lit. It was awesome to hang out with Jamie, also a Hamilton author, in the studio, and chat a little about The Whole Beautiful World, as well as my writing journey. You can listen to the podcast of the interview on Jamie’s blog here.