We admire the strength and elegance of your writing . . .” The Penn Review
“This collection is approachable and often very funny. Her voice is quirky, observant, and the characters in her poems have a sitcom-like immediacy: the teenage boys (“considerably gassy”), the woman whose home reeks of lab-made lavender, the woman who becomes addicted to scanning other people’s cell-phone calls.”
Alice Major on More Life Coming Up, After the Break(down)
Professional writer and researcher, Shannon Kernaghan has created content in many print and online forms, for industries and professional groups across the U.S. and Canada.
Her first published book was How to Sell Your Home Privately (Dundurn Press) and her Like Minds collection won the New Muse Award for Short Fiction (Broken Jaw Press).
For years she wrote a weekly column for the Red Deer Advocate. Her published works also include short fiction, nonfiction (both creative and reference), essays and poetry – through anthologies and literary journals.
She has an extensive portfolio of public and private sector clients in communications planning, public relations strategy, writing and editing.
Tending the Fire
In the Company of Animals
Living Apart Together
Outskirts: Women Writing from Small Places
All Wound Up and more
Red Flag Poetry
NoD 24 Magazine
Flare: The Flagler Review
Light: A Journal of Photos & Poems
The Fieldstone Review
The Grist Mill
CBC Radio and more
Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical Humanities
The Globe and Mail
Red Deer Advocate
Edmonton City as Museum Project
Red Deer Living
North Shore News
Business Woman Canada and more