Fiction

The Yale Review Online: November 2018

      I’m honoured that my story, “The Narrow Cafe” is featured online in this excellent literary magazine!  I hope the story intrigues you.

Jerri, November 2018.

       note: “The Narrow Cafe” was inspired by Andrew, Nicole and Nomad Cafe, in Vermont, and by a few delightful local cafes in Kingston.

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Nevertheless: Tesseracts 21, an anthology of optimistic sci fi stories, is now available on Amazon.

The Tesseracts series is a famous Canadian anthology published by Edge Publishers. Check it out  This issue is a fun mix of stories that have an optimistic take on our future, but all sound intriguing.

Mine is a gentle comedy about an RCMP officer with an eccentric family and dating problems. Hope you enjoy it!

Jerri J.  October 2018

Nevertheless

Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers  — it’s out, on Amazon!

17 stories of brighter futures

“This anthology is a welcome relief from dystopias and postapocalyptic wastelands, and a reassurance that the future need not be relentlessly bleak.”
Publishers Weekly

“This anthology’s authors explore not just solar energy as stated in the title, but hydro and wind power as well. While some stories dive deeper into the science than others do, each is just as accessible to a wide range of audiences. Every reader will come away having learned something new and a hunger to know more.”
Reader Views

Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers, an anthology featuring optimistic science fiction stories from Julia K. Patt, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Stefani Cox, Holly Schofield, Wendy Nikel, Jerri Jerreat and more, is officially out today! Find your copy in ebook or paperback at AmazonBarnes and NobleiTunesKobo, or World Weaver Press.

Find out more about the book and read some excerpts on the WORLD WEAVER PRESS website.

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