Kathleen Whelan

 

 

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Kathleen Whelan’s short fiction has appeared in various Canadian journals such as BLOOD & APHORISMS, BROKEN PENCIL, OTHER VOICES; sub TERRAIN AND TADDLE CREEK. Things I Will Tell You When I Am Dead is Kathleen Whelan’s first collection of short stories.

 

Kathleen Whelan’s short fiction has appeared in various Canadian journals such as BLOOD & APHORISMS, BROKEN PENCIL, OTHER VOICES; sub TERRAIN AND TADDLE CREEK.

Whelan’s poetry has been published in an Irish broadsheet, THE BROBDINGNIAN TIMES.

Kathleen’s non-fiction was published in New Zealand’s ALLERGY TODAY and Alberta’s OTHER VOICES.

 

Kathleen was a producer of “ A NUTTY TALE” for CBC’s Outfront and was the narrator of a Barry Lank’s documentary SABRINA’S  LAW, produced by the NATIONAL FILM BOARD and GLOBAL.

A limited edition chapbook of Whelan’s short fiction titled SWIMMING ON ICE was published by David Bateman.

 

Kathleen has been the recipient of emerging writer’s grants from the Canada Council and the Toronto Arts Council. She has attended the Banff Centre’s Wired Writing Studio.

 

Things I Will Tell you When I am Dead is Kathleen Whelan’s first book.

 

She is currently working on a collection of poetry, A Night Out With Steve.

 

Kathleen lives in Toronto.

 

Kathleen Whelan

Kathleen Whelan