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|Member Since||May 19, 2023|
|Bio||Alison Gadsby holds an MFA in Creative Writing from UBC and an HBA from York University in Creative Writing and English. An active participant in the literary community she is the founder, curator, and host of Junction Reads, a prose reading series in Toronto that presents authors whose work has been published by independent presses. Her novella, TWO HEARTS is a finalist for the 2022 3-Day Novel Contest, Her short fiction appears in literary magazines, including Ex-Puritan, Dreamers, antilang, Coastal Shelf and several others.|
|Publications||"A Better Parent," The Writing Disorder, December 2019 "Bruises Don’t Leave Scars," Coastal Shelf, Issue 4, Summer 2021. "Yesterday’s Gone," Sledgehammer, January 2022. "Strife," Dreamers Creative Writing, June 2022. "all that I had" and "twirling," flash pieces in antilang, final issue, May 2022. "The Exception to the Rule," Fleas on the Dog, September 2022. "The Deal with Roger," The Ex-Puritan, Fall 2022|
|Genres||Fiction, Romance, Short Stories|
|Available For||Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements|