8.5×7, 20pp, /50, $10.00
Jeremy Hanson-Finger’s The Delicious Fields is a short story that defers its own narrative impulse in favour of movement and contrast. The fields in question are of flashes, shadows, and their source lights. The pieces that make up the story are exposures and distillations that demand attention and re-reading. This is an ambitious, thoughtful work from a young writer deserving of attention.
Fiction (March 2011)
June 2011 | Dave Currie reviews Jeremy Hanson-Finger’s The Delicious Fields in In/Words 10.2.
6 May 2011 | Jeremy Hanson-Finger answers 12 or 20 questions at Open Book: Ontario.
16 April 2011 |Jeremy Hanson-Finger reads from The Delicious Fields at Raw Sugar Cafe, Ottawa
Video: Jeremy Hanson-Finger
30 April 2011 | rob mclennan discusses Jeremy Hanson-Finger’s The Delicious Fields in his ongoing notes.