THOSE WHO MAKE US. The Exile Book of Anthology Series: Number Thirteen Edited by Kelsi Morris and Kaitlin Tremblay.

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What resides beneath the blankets of snow, under the ripples of water, within the whispers of the wind, and between the husks of trees all across Canada? Creatures, myths and monsters are everywhere...even if we don’t always see them.

This is a unique and powerful collection of all-new, cross-genre tales that take the reader into real and imagined worlds, ranging from an encounter with the Metis creature Rugaru to trolls dissatisfied with modern life, to the demons who follow us from our parents’ countries, and to Anishinaabe myths about the creation of creeks. Eightteen emerging and award-winning authors explore the way we think about and interact with the unnatural showing how much the stories we create can teach us about what it means to be human.

Edited by Kelsi Morris and Kaitlin Tremblay

Kelsi Morris is Managing Editor of books and comics at ChiZine Publications, and helped to create and launch ChiGraphic, CZP’s graphic novel imprint. She has also worked as associate editor for The Friends of the Merril contest, and Ellen Datlow’s Fearful Symmetries anthology. Kelsi was also a contributing author for the Canadian Videogame Award-nominated Lights Out, Please.

Kaitlin Tremblay is a writer, editor, and gamemaker who focuses on horror, feminism, and mental health. Kaitlin’s games include Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before, There Are Monsters Under Your Bed, and Say When. She was the editor/producer for Lights Out, Please, an interactive fiction anthology nominated for five Canadian Videogame Awards.

Authors: Helen Marshall, Renée Sarojini Saklikar, Nathan Adler, Kate Story, Braydon Beaulieu, Chadwick Ginther, Dominik Parisien, Stephen Michell, Andrew Wilmot, Rati Mehrotra, Rebecca Schaeffer, Delani Valin, Corey Redekop, Angeline Woon, Michal Wojcik, Andrea Bradley, Andrew F. Sullivan and Alexandra Camille Renwick.


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