Tonight: Inanna Publications double launch with Ursula Pflug and Phyllis Rudin!

Join us tonight at 7 p.m. for an Inanna Publications double book launch, featuring Ursula Pflug and Phyllis Rudin and their new books - Motion Sickness and Evie, the Bab, and the Wife, respectively.

Motion Sickness is a flash novel containing subtle magic realist and slipstream elements. It consists of 55 chapters of exactly 500 words each accompanied by a wood-cut like, scratchboard illustrations that follow one young woman’s humorous and poignant misadventures in the worlds of employment, friendship, dating, birth control and abortion.

About Evie, the Baby and the Wife: When your womb says jump, it’s safer not to ask how high. Played out against the backdrop of the fight for women’s reproductive rights in Canada, Evie, The Baby, and The Wife  is the boisterous tale of a mother and daughter at odds, struggling to reconnect across a uterine divide.

Ursula Pflug is author of the critically acclaimed slipstream novel Green Music (2002). She has published over 70 short stories in professional publications in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. She has published dozens of art and book reviews in Canada and the U.S., and has had several plays professionally produced, one solo-authored (Nobody Likes The Ugly Fish, 1994), and the remainder collaboratively created. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and has also been shortlisted for the Aurora, the Sunburst, Pulp Press’s 3-Day Novel, Descant’s Novella Contest, and many more. Currently, she edits short fiction for The Link and teaches creative writing with a focus on the short story at Loyalist College. Her story collection After the Fires appeared in 2008 and Harvesting The Moon, a new collection, is forthcoming. Her novel, The Alphabet Stones, was published in 2013. For more on Ursula:

 Phyllis Rudin has lived in the U.S., France, and Canada. Her award-winning short stories have appeared in numerous Canadian and American literary magazines. Before turning to writing full-time, she was the history librarian at McGill University. She lives in Montreal which serves as the landscape for all her fiction.

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