Posts Tagged: Heather O’Neill

This Week in Essays

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For Guernica, Carmen Maria Machado writes about cultural myths around large women and fighting to take up space with her body and her mind. Woe be to those who buy the Peggy couch. Anna Hezel pens a hilarious “buyer beware” at The Awl. Over at Lit Hub, Stéphane Gerson shares the process of writing his grief after losing his son.

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Oh, Canada

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“I love that Justin Trudeau has a literature degree,” says Heather O’Neill. “We need a literary imagination to run the country.” In a conversation with Lit Hub, Montreal-based writer Heather O’Neill, author of a new short story collection titled Daydreams of Angels, reminds us all why Canadians are the coolest. “I do think that there’s this […]

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