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Jeremy Hanson-Finger — Review

Andrew Battershill recommends Death and the Intern to This Magazine readers

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Andrew Battershill recommends Death and the Intern to This Magazine readers

Nice shout-out from Andrew Battershill, new fiction editor of This MagazineMentioned in the same breath as some real heroes!

TM: What are you currently reading? And who is on your must-read list for all CanLit lovers?

AB: This is pretty non-Can-con of me, but I’m reading Perfidia by James Ellroy, which is a black-hole level noir about the start of Japanese internment in Los Angeles in 1941. As for must-reads, Marian Engel is a straight-up boss. Bear’s gotten a lot of play in the last couple years, but she’s just generally awesome. I recently read One-Way Street, and it’s hilarious and thought-provoking and great. For contemporaries, I’d have to go Pasha Malla as a writer who I’ll read anytime new work is available, and Jeremy Hanson-Finger as a writer whose book is coming out imminently (Death and the Intern launching any minute now).

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The Concordian digs my story "Black Clouds" in Soliloquies 15.1

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The Concordian digs my story "Black Clouds" in Soliloquies 15.1:

The Concordian really liked my story “Black Clouds” in Soliloquies 15.1!

The fiction section features stories by Frankie Barnet, Forest Orser, Madeleine Lee, Jeremy Hanson-Finger, Alex Manley and Russell Helms. The selection is all good. Mostowski was right; this is a publication of quality. However, the standout piece was most...

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rob mclennan reviews The Delicious Fields

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From rob mclennan’s blog:

Ottawa ON: For a couple of years now, Ottawa poet Cameron Anstee has been building himself up as a publisher of fine looking limited edition chapbooks, and encouraging and producing some surprisingly good writing from corners known and unknown. This new season of three titles includes former Ottawa and current Toronto writer Jeremy Hanson-Finger’s The Delicious Fields(O...

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Saintliness/Slowdive review in Broken Pencil

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Saintliness/Slowdive review in Broken Pencil:

Broken Pencil Magazine reviewed my chapbook Saintliness/Slowdive, edited by Peter Gibbon for In/Words Magazine and Press, a year after I sent it to them. Cool!

This zine is two short stories by Jeremy Hanson-Finger in a cleverly designed little chapbook. Saintliness is white text on black paper, and Slowdiveis the opposite – once you’re finished...

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