Big juicy thanks to award-winning author, broadcaster and performing & recording artist, Christa Couture, for featuring STOOP CITY on the CBC’s The Next Chapter (November 27, 2021). Hear what Christa loves about Stoop City in […]
Join Kristyn Dunnion and her dear accomplice, Poetess Shannon Quinn, for a live Zoom Reading on Tuesday Dec 7, 2021 from 7 – 8 pm EST. This is a free online event with book giveaways! […]
Thank you to Orca: A Literary Journal for publishing the middle-aged angsty gay bear story, “Carnie Love Tug.” Sneak a peak below, and consider ordering a PDF copy of the whole issue for a modest […]
Thank you to Gunnar Ohberg, MFA Candidate at the University of Saskatchewan, for interviewing me in River Volta Review of Books. Check it out here ….. https://rivervoltareview.com/category/interviews
‘Tis the season of the Witch! I’ll be facilitating an online writing workshop as part of the 5th anniversary WitchFest North extravaganza, and I invite you to join. Friday October 29 7:00 pm – […]
Quill & Quire • Posted: April 19, 2021
ReLit, the prize celebrating books by independent presses, has announced the winners of its 2021 awards. The prize has returned after being dormant for four years, and is celebrating by retroactively honouring winners for 2018, 2019, and now 2021. Winners have been named in the categories of poetry, short fiction, and novels. Short fiction Stoop City, Kristyn Dunnion (Biblioasis)
The heroines in Dunnion’s defiant collection offer refreshingly blunt observations about the world around them, in settings alternating between the gritty and the fantastical.
Please join me Tuesday, January 19th, 2021 from 7 pm -8 pm for a lively discussion of my recent story collection, STOOP CITY, one of the Globe & Mail’s most anticipated Fall books. Leading the […]
What an assured and attractively variegated collection of stories. Set in Toronto and small-town southern Ontario, Kristyn Dunnion’s 13 short pieces are marvellous feats of pacing and styling bolstered by vibrant characterization and enviable turns of phrase.