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:

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

The podcast for Onyx Publications has the winning story online or as a free audio with an interview. Enjoy!  .

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 IMG_2271 (2)Tübingen, Germany. She now lives on an ancient limestone seabed with her family on traditional territories of  the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee, near Kingston, Ontario.

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