Contributor spotlight in the Bellingham Review

My essay “Homing” was selected to be part of the special “Place & Space in Canada” section in Issue 74 (Spring 2017) of the Bellingham Review. In this Contributor Spotlight Q&A, I talk about, among other things, my writing process and the idea of a Canadian aesthetic to writing about place and space.

The Bellingham Review is a literary journal produced by Western Washington University’s MFA program. Victoria-based writer Christin Geall collaborated with Editor-in-Chief, Susanne Paola Antonetta, to curate the “Place & Space in Canada” special international section in Issue 74.