Heather Haley


Haley’s creative nature gives her an explorer’s life. With roots in northern New Brunswick and Quebec she was drawing, singing and composing songs and stories by the age of six. Reviewer and Poetry Editor for the LA Weekly, publisher of the Edgewise Café, one of Canada’s first electronic literary magazines, Haley’s writing has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. She has issued collections of poetry Sideways (Anvil Press) and Three Blocks West of Wonderland (Exstasis Editions), videopoems Dying for the Pleasure, Purple Lipstick and Bushwhack, AURAL Heather CDs of spoken word song, Princess Nut and Surfing Season and debut novel, The Town Slut’s Daughter (Howe Sound Publishing). “Haley has the gift of writing to suit her subject in all its raddled variety, from wired and jarring to lyrical and tragic.”-Vancouver Sun

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Heather Haley’s brash, incendiary debut novel
The Town Slut’s Daughter
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