Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers) is.
Métis (on her father's side) and Canadian settler (on her mother's side), an activist, a feminist, an auntie, and an accomplice armed with a PhD. She believes writing and teaching are political acts. She is represented by Patricia Nelson at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency.
Her first book, Border Markers, a collection of interrelated flash fiction stories, is out now with NeWest Press. Her essay "Off Balance" was selected for the Best Canadian Essays 2020. Learn more about her other novels, short stories, essays, and poems. Her Have Book Will Travel listing is here, in case you want to book her for an event. She's also the CNF editor for carte blanche and the fiction editor for This Magazine.
She lives on Gabrielino Tongva territory and teaches fiction at Loyola Marymount University. She also teaches at the University of British Columbia through their Optional Residency MFA program. You can reach her on twitter where she tweets at @jennyleeSD or through her contact page.