Fawn Parker is a Giller-nominated novelist and poet. She is the author of Set-Point (ARP Books, 2019) and Dumb-Show (ARP Books, 2021), and WHAT WE BOTH KNOW (M&S, 2022). Her short story, "FEED MACHINE," was long-listed for the 2020 McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. Her debut poetry collection Jolie-Laide is forthcoming with Palimpsest Press in 2023 and her novel Hi, it's me is forthcoming with McClelland & Stewart in 2024.
Fawn is co-founder of BAD NUDES Magazine and BAD BOOKS Press. A Master's graduate from the University of Toronto, she is the recipient of the Adam Penn Gilders Award for Fiction (2019) and Concordia University's Irving Layton Award for Fiction (2017). Fawn has served as managing editor at a number of Canadian literary magazines, most recently The Ampersand Review, and is a current PhD student in Creative Writing at UNB.
Short fiction and poetry can be found via EVENT Magazine, Joyland, The Puritan, carte blanche, Vallum, and elsewhere.
Fawn is represented by Ron Eckel at CookeMcDermid.