Kate Cayley is a poet, fiction writer and playwright. Her short story collection, How You Were Born (Pedlar Press, 2014), won the Trillium Book Award and was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award. Her second collection of poetry, Other Houses, is forthcoming from Brick Books. She is currently reading The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson and Transit by Rachel Cusk, and rereading Heaven’s Thieves, by Sue Sinclair.
Articles by Kate Cayley
- The Pied Piper Enchants the Rats (March 2017)
- Zola, bravest of Leonardo’s apprentices, leaps from the tower of San Francesco, wearing his master’s wings (December 2010)
- blind twins facing away from each other, photograph 1880 (November 2010)