Short Story Collections
Critically acclaimed short fiction from Canadian and international authors.
Jarman's short stories employ dazzling linguistic verve and staggering metaphoric powers in every sentence.
Quietly atmospheric and darkly foreboding, A Plea for Constant Motion is an ominous, and occasionally unnerving, collection of stories.
In his first collection in twenty years, Greg Hollingshead returns with comic new stories about sex, art, and the daily risk of having accidents.
A. L. Kennedy shows herself to be a master of the short form over a dozen stories: a dozen ways of looking at love, or the lack of love.
Beautifully written, these stories depict a search for human connection and an attempt to fit in far from home.
Barrelling Forward is a brilliantly crafted debut collection set against the backdrop of the crashing oil economy in contemporary Newfoundland.
A dazzling debut collection from award-winning journalist and New York Times Magazine contributor Mireille Silcoff.
Genre-blending stories of transformation and belonging that centre women of colour and explore queerness, family, and community.
"Théodora Armstrong's stories are brash and brainy." - Mark Anthony Jarman
Governor General’s Literary Award–winning author Matt Cohen’s first collection of satirical and surreal short stories.
Originally published in 1967, Death Goes Better with Coca-Cola features stories about hunting — in Florida, in Africa, and in northern Ontario.
A collection that spans four decades to present the lives of Iranian women in post-revolutionary Iran and the contemporary diaspora in Canada.