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Jeremy Hanson-Finger — Interview

The Carleton Charlatan interviewed me about writing

Interview

The Carleton Charlatan interviewed me about writing

Natasha Tremblay from the Carleton Charlatan interviewed me about my writing and my experience at Carleton University:

The Charlatan (TC): What is your fondest memory from your time as a Carleton student?
Jeremy Hanson-Finger (JHF): I would probably say attending the open-mic events of the Carleton English department.

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Daniel Perry from the Brockton Writers Series interviewed me in advance of my September 14 reading in Toronto

Interview

Daniel Perry from the Brockton Writers Series interviewed me in advance of my September 14 reading in Toronto

I'll be reading at the Brockton Writers Series on September 14 in Toronto. Daniel was kind enough to interview me about my writing:

BWS: One echo a premise about an anesthesiologist might create: T.S. Eliot’s “patient etherized upon a table” (“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”). Is it just this intereviewer? Or is there a connection you could draw between that famous image and Death and the Intern? Is there something about such a metaphor that strikes you as especially relevant to our time/our literary moment?

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The Carleton University English Department shares some Hanson-Finger love

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The Carleton University English Department shares some Hanson-Finger love

Annie Loubier interviewed me and my fellow Carleton-graduating writers Ben Ladouceur and Laura Clarke for the article Student Storytellers: Creative Writing and the English Department at Carleton University.

The piece appears on the Carleton University Department of English Language and Literature website, and will later appear in the glossy Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences annual magazine:

Hanson-Finger completed his BA with a Combined Honours in English and Communications in 2009 and an MA in English a year later. One of his favourite aspects of his English degree is the wide range of critical and theoretical approaches he encountered in his courses. At the time, he admits, he was under the impression that most programs offered such a breadth of perspectives, but after speaking with students at other universities he discovered otherwise.

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Andrew Faulkner interviewed me, Emily Keeler, and Tyler Willis for Open Book Toronto

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Check out the two-part interview about literary magazines that Andrew Faulkner conducted with me, Emily Keeler of Little Brother, and Tyler Willis of The Puritan.

JHF: Although Little Brother and Dragnethave taken two very different directions, I think we both really respect what the other is doing, and the main reason our publications are not more similar is that we have different skills and a...

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Article about me in Spindle Magazine

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The always-charming Thomas Dearnley-Davison interviewed me and Math Rosen a while back, and now both articles are available in the new issue of Spindle (Math / Jeremy).

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