Jennifer L. Stone
Jennifer L. Stone left Nova Scotia for Toronto in 1981. It wasn’t until she returned, seventeen years later and saw her home province as an outsider that she was inspired to begin writing.
Her fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals including: The Fiddlehead, The Antigonish Review, Grain, Other Voices, FreeFall, carte blanche, All Rights Reserved, The Wascana Review, Qwerty and Riddle Fence. Her short story “Prerequisites for Sleep” was selected by Nelson Education Ltd. to appear in Canadian Content, 7th Edition. In 2010, she was awarded first prize in Grain’s 22nd Annual Short Story Contest.
A graduate of Ryerson, York University and The Humber School of Writers, she has worked as a designer of advertising inflatables, a software instructor, and currently earns a living as a graphic designer.
Posted on: Friday, November 28, 2014
Jennifer L. Stone's Prerequisites for Sleep is featured on the LPG's All Lit Up First Fiction Fridays. https://alllitup.ca/Blog/2014/First-Fiction-Fridays-Prerequisites-for-Sleep-by-Jennifer-L.-Stone
Posted on: Friday, November 14, 2014
Jennifer L. Stone, a graduate of the Humber’s Correspondence Program in Creative Writing is featured in the Humber School of Writing's Writer's Blog. In her article "Nine and a Half Years Later...A Book is Published," she talks about lessons learned in working toward her first published book, Prerequisites of Sleep.
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