Author Archives: akreuter

You and Me, Belonging Release Party!

To celebrate the release of my short story collection, You and Me, Belonging, we’re throwing a launch party! There’ll be readings, books for sale, who knows what else. Will we be lighting guitars on fire and smashing them on the … Continue reading

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Tightrope Fall Launch

My short story collection, You and Me, Belonging, officially launches on September 20th at the Tightrope Fall Book launch! Come on out if you can!

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Some Recent Publications

Poetry: “Cousinage: A Meet Cute” “Acid Trip in a Portapotty” “Cote Saint-Luc Road” Fiction: “Ninety-Nine” Creative Non-Fiction: “Toronto’s (Not So) Jewish Suburbs” Review Essays: “The Terrible Bloom of What We Planted: Three Canadians Confront Israel/Palestine” Review of Jonathan Safran Foer’s … Continue reading

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Children of the New World: Some Thoughts

In 1872, when the first clay tablets of the Epic of Gilgamesh were being rediscovered in the buried library of Assyrian king Ashurbanipal for the first time in almost two millennia, an anonymous article in The New York Times cogitated … Continue reading

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Word on the Street DiverCity Contest

My short story, “Fences,” placed third in the inaugural Word on the Street Writing DiverCity Contest! The story is now featured on their website, and will be excerpted in The Toronto Star on Saturday, September 23rd. As well, I will … Continue reading

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