My Work

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RECENTLY

‘What We Write About When We Write About Avocados’  — Malahat Review, Summer, 2018

‘How To Attend a Pool Party in the 1970s’ — GUSH: Menstrual Manifestos for Our Time, (Frontenac House, 2018)

 

SHORT FICTION

‘A Thinly Veiled Biography of My Childhood which I have Fictionalized by Giving Everyone Different Names (and in some cases different hair colour)’— Freefall,  2017

‘Cherry’ The Litter I See Project,  2015

Quality Goods’Toronto Star,  2015

‘Spit Wet Fingers and a Kiss’ GEIST,  2012

Nine–Eleven’  THIS Magazine,  2010

‘Conversation, in one act’ The Frogmore Papers,  2010

‘Bliss’Room, 2008

‘Love Haight’, Lies with Occasional Truth,  2008

‘Treehouse’, Freefall,  2008

‘Kick’ — CBC radio,  2007

‘You Got a Problem?’ — CBC radio,  2006

Bride of God’ — GEIST,  2006

‘Olix & Su’, Kiss Machine,  2006

‘A Guy and an Elk’, Grimm Magazine,  2006

‘Skin’, (winner) Commonwealth Short Story Prize, 2005

‘Snapshots’ (winner) GritLit, 2005

‘Rejectamenta’, Toronto Star,  2003

‘Let Them Eat Cake’, Toronto Star,  2000

‘Winter’ — CBC radio,  2000

 

CNF

‘Literary Nude’ — Guest post, @ Allyson Latta,  2017

‘Why She Stays’The Manifest Station,  2014

‘C Fundamental (a process)’ — Guest post, @ Allyson Latta,  2013

 

POETRY

‘Guide to Better Cooking’ GEIST,  2014

‘(101) Words of) Truth (without the u)’ — The New Quarterly,  2011

‘Yellow Shoes’Leaf Press,  2011

‘Girl in Red Running Shoes, et al.’, The New Quarterly,  2010

‘Petty Harbour’, Book of Thighs, 2008

 

MISCELLANY

Q&A, @ Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing,  2016

‘i am somewhere’ The Sketchbook Project,  2014

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

upholSTORIES,  solo exhibition at Robert McLaughlin Gallery,  2017

Blue Plate Special:  make me one with everything —  Station Gallery,  2018

Phyllis — Station Gallery,  2017

Headlights Station Gallery,  2016

 

2 thoughts on “My Work

  1. Hi Carin, I just came across your blog this morning and read your short story Quality Goods ( two years late, I know). What an amazing, beautifully written story. It stirred so many emotions in me. I live Toronto (mostly housebound due to chronic illness) but writing seems to be what soothes and saves me. So does reading! I’ll be following your blog and look forward to reading more. Many thanks. Warm regards, Rose

    1. How kind, thank you so much, Rose. I’m thrilled to ‘meet’ you and so happy to know you’re out there. Also, how beautifully put, that reading and writing “soothes and saves you”. Lucky are those who know the tonic powers of words. All the very best to you. I look forward to chatting again…

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