Quill & Quire's List of Spring 2014 Short Fiction Collections

How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? is featured in Quill & Quire's "Spring preview 2014: short fiction, crime, poetry, and graphica":

The personal and political experiences of Asian Canadians is the subject of journalist and poet Doretta Lau’s How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? (Nightwood Editions, $19.95 pa., April). Shuttling between characters from different generations, classes, and backgrounds, Lau examines notions of national identity and what it means to be Canadian.

I'm really excited to read poetry by Dina Del Bucchia and Nikki Reimer and to delve into the fiction collections on the list.

Three months to publication!