About the authors
Sheila Heti is the acclaimed author of the novel How Should a Person Be?, the story collection The Middle Stories, which was published in Germany, France, The Netherlands, the United States, and Spain, and the novel Ticknor, which was a finalist for the Trillium Book Award. Her writing has appeared in various literary anthologies and in several US and Canadian publications, including New York Times Magazine, Esquire, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and Brick. Heti is also the creator of the popular Toronto and New York-based lecture series, Trampoline Hall. She studied playwriting at the National Theatre School in Montreal, and philosophy and art history at the University of Toronto. Sheila Heti lives in Toronto.
Josee Drouin-Brisebois is Assistant Curator of Contemporary Canadian Art at the National Gallery of Canada. She holds a Masters of Arts, Art History, from the Universite de Montreal.
Other titles by Shary Boyle
Other titles by Sheila Heti
A Garden of Creatures
Sara Cwynar: Glass Life
A Memoir of Childhood
The Sheila Heti Ebook Bundle
Ticknor, The Middle Stories, and How Should a Person Be
The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2018
The Middle Stories
How Should a Person Be?
The Chairs Are Where the People Go
How to Live, Work, and Play in the City