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Why They Cried, Letters to Thomas Pynchon, and How I Came to Haunt My Parents

by Jim Hanas; Natalee Caple & Chris Eaton

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published: May 2011
ISBN:9781770901360
publisher: ECW Press
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Recently launched with ECW Press, Joyland eBooks presents new collections from the best voices in short fiction.

The Joyland Trio Deal includes:

How I Came to Haunt My Parents by Natalee Caple

"Moving . . . unsettling." “The New York Times on The Heart Has Its Own Reason

Natalee Caple is the author of several books including the forthcoming novel, In Calamity's Wake, from HarperCollins. In this beautifully written suite of short fiction, Caple explores fables from the dark side of adulthood and her animals and humans are imbued with modern complexity.

Why They Cried by Jim Hanas

"Hanas writes with a swift clip, deploys images so judiciously and vividly, and demonstrates real insight into the way we live now." “The Rumpus

Whether it's a report from the real Cannes or a young couple discovering that reading Jacques Derrida aloud can lull their child to sleep, Jim Hanas finds the strange in the everyday and the everyday in the strange.

Letters To Thomas Pynchon by Chris Eaton

"Beautifully written." “Jonathan Lethem

Rock Plaza Central frontman Chris EatonÓ³ fictions read like intellectual fisticuffs: bruising but with more than a touch of moustache wax.

About the Authors

Jim Hanas

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Natalee Caple is the author of a collection of poetry, A More Tender Ocean, and three books of fiction, The Heart Is Its Own Reason, The Plight of Happy People in an Ordinary World and, most recently, Mackerel Sky. She is also a co-editor of The Notebooks, a 2002 anthology showcasing Canada's rising stars of fiction. Her stories have been nominated for a National Magazine Award, the Journey Prize and the Bronwen Wallace Award. Caple lives in Toronto.

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Natalee Caple is the author of a collection of poetry, A More Tender Ocean, and three books of fiction, The Heart Is Its Own Reason, The Plight of Happy People in an Ordinary World and, most recently, Mackerel Sky. She is also a co-editor of The Notebooks, a 2002 anthology showcasing Canada's rising stars of fiction. Her stories have been nominated for a National Magazine Award, the Journey Prize and the Bronwen Wallace Award. Caple lives in Toronto.

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