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Lexie Hamblin Aug 9
I’m still feeling the dizzying effects of . I have written down line after line and keep returning to them days after finishing. It’s a game-changer.
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Joel McKim Feb 20
The amazing (author of Motherhood and How Should a Person Be?) will be visiting us on 19 March. Sheila will be in conversation on philosophy, aesthetics, life...with the wonderful and Esther Leslie.
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Knopf Canada Oct 29
Below is the from 's daring and poignant MOTHERHOOD, a novel about womanhood, parenthood, and how—and for whom—to live. Motherhood is shortlisted for the . Congratulations, Sheila! We are very proud to publish you and your extraordinary work.
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HarvillSecker Dec 4
Thanks for the recommendation ! 'Sheila Heti's tender essay-like novel raises radical and essential questions about womanhood, parenthood, and how – and for whom – to live' For more brill book gifting inspo check out
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Zoe Hood 20 Feb 18
Proof that if you wish hard enough...! Thanks ! LOVE
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Visual Editions 8 Nov 13
"It’s so hard to be good when you’re lost" by from
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Divine Denmark Vesey 14 Apr 15
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Lara Feigel 27 Mar 18
Pleased to be mentioned alongside in this excellent, thoughtful survey of the literature of motherhood by
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The Cardiff Review 29 Jan 18
Our interview with Canadian writer, Sheila Heti, from issue 9 of the magazine is now available online. Sheila's newest book "Motherhood" will be available this coming May.
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clarisse baleja Nov 19
I agree with the CBC commentators ( and ) that ’s autofiction is unique! I want a that takes risk structurally and narratively. Yet is universal in topic and reach. is THAT!
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Byte the Book Jul 22
Just finished reading ’s published by . I don’t think I’ve been as affected by a book in a long while. Thanks thank you so much!
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Annet Mahendru 17 Oct 15
enjoying How Should a Person be?
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BrickLiteraryJournal 13 Oct 16
We can now report that will feature a conversation between & on writing, anonymity & smoking cigarettes.
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AFS Journal Oct 21
Did you know is now using online first to publish our latest articles? READ: Contemporary Women’s as Critique of Discourse by Yanbing Er
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sarah jurassica parker Oct 15
"I am in the world, and whatever I do affects other lives."
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Alsace Walentine 13 Jun 13
Bizarro dreams last night. , you were there, as well as . Am totally engrossed with Heti's
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Carrie Couture Sep 16
“No new books until you’ve finished the pile teetering next to your pillow” says me to myself. Promptly purchases ’s ‘What’s Your Type: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs & the Birth of Personality Testing’ & ’s ‘Motherhood’. I blame & 😎
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Magalleria 23 Jan 18
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Barnes & Noble Dec 10
“Happily we run away from even the brightest and best things in our lives, because we are curious about what else is out there.” - by .
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MidManhattan Library 8 Sep 15
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