Sheila Heti lives somewhere in Toronto, apparently. She’s so hard to keep track of. Her short story collection, The Middle Stories (Anansi, 2001), has been translated into four languages, published in the U.S. by McSweeney’s in 2002, and hailed by the Globe and Mail as “stylish genius.” Her latest book is Ticknor (Anansi, 2005). Her work has been published in Toronto Life, Blood & Aphorisms, This, and McSweeney’s. Last updated summer, 2006.
- What Changed Christmas, 2000