I am excited that Vermin has shortlisted for the Writers’ Guild of Alberta’s new Short Story Collection Award! Congratulations to my fellow finalists Norma Dunning and Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike. We will be doing some shortlist readings later this month, and the winner will be announced at the Alberta Literary Awards Gala on June 11th, in […]
It’s always a delight to get contributor copies in the mail, and this morning’s mail brought my copy of Made By History: An Anthology of Historical Fiction, just out from The Copperfield Review, and available in both print and e-book formats through Amazon. My contribution is an excerpt from my novel-in-progress Dearest Clara, which is […]
CKUA Radio (93.7 FM in Calgary, or http://www.ckua.com) is airing my reading of my story “Dust in the Wind” at 5:45 this afternoon as part of the Session Stories series. Tune in if you have a chance! Thanks to Blindman Brewing and CKUA Radio (the world’s best radio station). Also: I have had a chance […]
It was a pleasure to talk short stories with the WGA’s Ellen Kartz during a recent interview for Read Alberta, which you can read here. Ellen asked excellent questions which I had to think quite hard about. Thanks to Read Alberta and Ellen for the chance to discuss one of my favourite forms.
Thanks to Eric Volmers for talking to me about my new collection, Vermin, which is being launched this Thursday, Oct.22. Read the interview here.
I am honoured and thrilled to be serving as Author-in-Residence at Calgary Public Library this fall! For more information about the program, visit the library’s website here. Meet Lori Hahnel 2020 Author in Residence Calgary writer Lori Hahnel is the author of two novels, Love Minus Zero and After You’ve Gone, and two story collections, Nothing Sacred and Vermin: Stories. Her […]
Look what landed on my doorstep just now! Thanks to Catharina, Mel and Sam at Enfield & Wizenty. They look fabulous!
Like Steve said, this year’s edition of Writing in the Works was once again a smash. From left to right, that’s me, Roberta Rees, Ken Cameron, Inge Trueman and Steve Passey in back. Thanks to everyone who came out to support us; in spite of the ridiculous weather, we had a packed house. Thanks also […]
Because here’s our poster by the lovely and talented Elaine Morin for Writing in the Works, taking place on April 11! Can’t wait!