Cathy Stonehouse

LRC Contributor

Cathy Stonehouse is the author of three books, including the story collection Something About the Animal (Biblioasis, 2011). She teaches creative writing at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey, British Columbia.

Articles by Cathy Stonehouse

  • Secret History (December 2014)
    A review of The Afterlife of Stars, by Joseph Kertes
  • Zombies, Zodiacs and Sacrificial Cats (September 2004)
    A review of Cat’s Pilgrimage, by Marilyn Bowering
  • Blood and Love in Harar and London (September 2005)
    A review of Camilla Gibb’s Sweetness in the Belly
  • Remaining Human (October 2012)
    A review of Retribution, by Carmen Rodríguez
  • Sault Saga (May 2011)
    A review of Every Time We Say Goodbye, by Jamie Zeppa
  • Circling the Crime (September 2008)
    A review of Mary Swan’s The Boys in the Trees
  • Surviving the Commune (April 2006)
    A review of Katrina Onstad’s How Happy to Be
  • Exquisite Confusion (September 2003)
    A review of One Hundred Million Hearts, by Kerri Sakamoto