Vancouver-raised Lorna Jackson began her working life as a musician and travelled throughout British Columbia for nine years as a bass player and singer. She has published two collections of short stories, Dressing for Hope and Flirt: The Interviews, and a novel, A Game to Play on the Tracks. Cold-Cocked: On Hockey, the first book to explore a woman’s way of watching the game poet Al Purdy called a “combination of ballet and murder,” was published by Biblioasis in 2007. As well, her non-fiction and literary journalism have appeared in Brick, Quill & Quire, The Georgia Straight, and Malahat Review. She teaches writing at the University of Victoria.
Thirsty: A Biblioasis Miscellany
- A Biblioasis Interview with Author Andrée A. Michaud – Longlisted for the 2017 Scotiabank Giller PrizeSeptember 18, 2017 - 11:22 am
An Interview with Andrée A. Michaud Andrée A. Michaud, author of Boundary, spoke with Natalie Hamilton about the influences of place and the senses on her fiction, using memory as inspiration, and how boundaries can obscure or accentuate differences. 1. You are a prolific writer, well-known in Quebec for your award-winning novels. As an introduction […]