Eaton Hamilton, Jane

EATON HAMILTON, JANE is the author of 9 books of cnf, fiction and poetry, including the 2016 novel WEEKEND and two prior collections of short fiction. Jane’s books have been shortlisted for the MIND Book Award, the BC Book Prize, the VanCity Award, the Pat Lowther Award and the Ferro-Grumley Award. Their memoir was one of the UK Guardian’s Best Books of the Year and a Sunday Times bestseller. They are the two-time winner of Canada’s CBC Literary Award for fiction (2003/2014). They have had a notable in BASS and BAE (2016) and have appeared in The Journey Prize, Best Canadian Short Stories and Best Canadian Poetry. Their work has recently appeared at Salon, The Rumpus, The Missouri Review, the NY Times and The Sun. Jane edits for Many Gendered Mothers and is a founding member of CripsCanLit. They are also a member of the TWUC Equity Task Force, serve on literature juries, and mentor new queer/ trans writers. They live in Vancouver.