Globe and Mail
September, 2008
I ask the multipierced, tattooed, partly head-shaved Kristyn Dunnion whether some people may find her just as scary as the Ontario pit bulls to whom she co-dedicates Big Big Sky, her recently published novel for young adults (her author photo shows her receiving an adoring lick from a canine fan she calls “my boyfriend”). […]

XTRA Magazine Lambda Literary Awards Finalists
Toronto writers up for Lambda Literary awards
Toronto book lovers can celebrate this year’s local Lambda Literary Award nominees with a queer night of tequila, hors d’oeuvres and a few good stories. […]

QueeriesMag Video Interview

In The Spotlight: Kristyn Dunnion
Every month for the next year, I’m going to feature the work of writer I think you should meet. These are writers who have inspired me in our work together. For lack of a better word, I’ll call these writers students. But I’ll be honest – when it comes to writing and inspiration, the line between teacher and student is a very fine one. I’ve learned a great deal from each of these writers. That’s why I’m introducing them to you. […]

Suicide Girls Literary Interviews
May 26, 2006
Lovely Canadian born Kristyn Dunnion is an amazing author, performance artist, activist, and all around kick ass chick who Im lucky enough to have as a virtual mentor. She recently published her latest book, Mosh Pit. Do yourself a favor and pick it up! […]

XTRA issue 521
Oct 14, 2004
Housing worker and children’s author by day, burlesque dancer by night – welcome to the wacky world of Miss Kitty Galore, the gutsy and glittery hostess at numerous bar events about town. Before the clock strikes 12, she’s known as Kristyn Dunnion, but don’t let the jeans and T-shirt fool you, there’s a diva in there. […]

CM: Canadian Review of Materials
Spring 2006
Born on August 6, 1969, in Kingsville, ON, Kristyn lived there until she was in her late teens. Describing her natal community, Kristyn says, “Kingsville’s a small town, and it’s not as rural as it used to be. […]

Now Magazine Vol 25 No. 43
June 22-29 2006
INTO: “Dancing all night, long walks on the beach and hardcore. On Saturday (June 24) I’m hosting the first half of Iconic, a tribute to the stars by local rebel burlesque troupe Skin Tight Outta Sight outdoors on the Wellesley Stage from 8 to 11 pm. […]