A short, punchy, debut story collection
A bush party leads to self-immolation. A cab ride ends in warfare. A squirrel is eviscerated. A universally impossible dare is accepted and proves not to be fatal. The weird kid triumphs. The stories in H.B. Hogan's debut collection sizzle like butter on hot cast iron--they're rich and dark and full of scrappy, sordid and sparkling humanity.
Heather Hogan is a writer who lives in Toronto. Her fiction has been published in Taddle Creek, This Magazine, and subTerrain. She has a chapbook with Proper Tales Press. Her work has been acknowledged by the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council. When she is not writing, she works as a lawyer. When she is not lawyering, she tries to catch her breath.
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