• Biography

    Ryan Turner is a Halifax-based writer whose stories have been published in many of Canada's most recognized journals including Prairie Fire, filling station and The New Quarterly. In 2009, his short story collection, What We're Made Of, was published by Oberon Press and has since been shortlisted for the 2010 ReLit Award. The collection was also shortlisted for the 2009 Metcalf-Rooke Award. He's currently at work on a novel.

     

     

     

     

    Publications
    • Story collection What We're Made Of, Oberon Press, 2009. ISBN 978 0 7780 1347 1.

    • Short story "Footnote" The New Quarterly, 2009

    • Short story "Love Long" filling station, 2009

    • Short story "Consolations of a Night Sky" Prairie Fire, 2009

    • Short story "The Bear" Front&Centre, 2009

    • Short story "Isaac the Brain" Inscribed, 2008

    • Short story "Losing Teeth" Qwerty, 2008

    • Short story "What We're Made Of" The Puritan, 2008

    • Novel Radiostation Berlin (serially) The Coast, 2006/2007

    • Short story "Until Morning" The Coast, 2006