Jerri Jerreat writes in a variety of genres. Her latest stories have just emerged in Imagine 2200 (12 Stories to imagine the future), Etched Onyx, (1st prize!), in Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment, in Alluvian, Feminine Collective and in an international anthology of climate fiction, Solarpunk: Dalla Disperazione Alla Strategia.
This is an amazing collection of stories and authors: https://grist.org/fix/climate-fiction/imagine-2200-benni-and-shiya-are-leaving/
Check out “Cinnamon” in The New Quarterly, issue 154 , or “Rules for a Civilization” in the anthology “Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Winters” (World Weaver Press), or “The Narrow Café” in The Yale Review Online. https://yalereview.org/article/narrow-cafe
The podcast for Onyx Publications has the winning story online or as a free audio with an interview. Enjoy! .https://onyxpublications.com/podcast/
For a surprising piece of eco-fiction, (and strangely timely), open up “Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment” and peek at “In the Karakum Desert.” Russia. Oil. …
Curious about Lightning?
Other stories have been featured in Toasted Cheese Literary Review, The Penmen Review, The Antigonish Review #189, WOW Online Magazine (Women on Writing), The Dalhousie Review, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Everyday Fiction, & others.
Three stories are in anthologies. “Camping with City Boy”, set in a future Toronto and Bancroft, Ontario, is in Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers (World Weaver Press) . Another solarpunk story set in future Toronto, is in Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Winters, available as an ebook or printed copy.
Jerri was deeply honoured to have her play performed at the Newmarket National Play Festival, pre-covid, in 2019. The actors were brilliant.
Jerri is an Ontario paddler who has lived in St. Catharines, Vancouver, Ottawa, Victoria, and in Tübingen, Germany. She now lives on an ancient limestone seabed with her family on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee, near Kingston, Ontario.