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Sheila Heti


Sheila Heti is the author of The Middle Stories, Ticknor and How Should a Person Be? Her latest book project is Women in Clothes. She is the creator of the Trampoline Hall lecture series and she frequently conducts interviews for The Believer. She lives in Toronto and at sheilaheti.net.

"We are the arbiters." A piece about Canadian artistic culture and recognition. more

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Forty percent of people believe that if they practice enough, they can predict the outcome of a flipped coin. Would my current love end the way my past ones had? more

Dispatches

During the U.S. Democratic primaries, Sheila Heti collected dreams that voters were having about Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. more

UNKNOWN 1 Comments

Slot machines sing their astral music. The tape recorder turns off. “Do you talk to friends about sex?” he asks. more

Columns

Rick laughed. I walked away. I was irritated at Henry, at Lee for getting stoned and being paranoid and leaving without saying goodbye, at Rick, at everyone. more

Dispatches

Sheila Heti spends a day in a diner in Toronto observing the enormous EUCAN electrified garbage can at the corner of College and Bathurst. more

Dispatches 2 Comments

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WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

Now that the lack of a serial comma in a state law has famously caused an appeals court in Maine, USA, to rule against a large company—potentially leading to a multimillion-dollar large settlement—do you stand by your policy of omitting that comma?

—Judy in Port Moody (BC) (seriously)

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