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Fiction Interviews

An Interview with Fiction Editor Mark Anthony Jarman

By Fiddlehead Staff

Fiction co-editor Mark Anthony Jarman's new book of stories Knife Party at the Hotel Europa has just been released by Goose Lane Editions and is already getting some great reviews. Adam Lawrence at Rover calls Mark a "comfortable outsider" and says of the book: "a sense of transience haunts all the stories." The Fiddlehead asked him some questions about his book, his process, and what he's working on now.

An Interview with Charlie Fiset

By Greg Brown

Charlie Fiset's story "Maggie's Farm" appears in the Autumn 2014 issue.

Her story is a fictitious account based on Fiset’s own European travels, imbued with a Greek mythological theme drawn from Homer’s Odyssey. This story was originally part of Fiset’s creative thesis for her MA in Creative Writing. Fiset was kind enough to offer some insight into “Maggie’s Farm” and her creative process, in response to the following questions.

An Interview with Myler Wilkinson

By Greg Brown Myler Wilkinson has won the 23rd annual Short Fiction Prize for his story "The Blood of Slaves." Myler Wilkinson has published award-winning short stories set in British Columbia in journals such as Prism International and Pierian Spring. He has spent extended periods in Russia and has written three books, including Hemingway and Turgenev: The Nature of Literary Influence. He lives in the Kootenay region of British Columbia. His winning story is written from the point of view of Anton Chekhov and is dedicated to the memory of Alexander Vaschenko, friend of the heart, mentor.

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