Praise for Sheila Heti: "Her prose is brilliantly crafted and everything about her stories is surprising and yet rings true." -- "Hour"
About the Author
Sheila Heti is the author of the novel, "Ticknor" (FSG), and the novel-from-life, "How Should a Person Be?" (Anansi) which is forthcoming in the U.S. from Henry Holt in the summer of 2012. She recently published an illustrated book for children, "We Need a Horse" (McSweeney's McMullens) featuring paintings by Clare Rojas, and a book of philosophy/essays/self-help with Misha Glouberman called "The Chairs Are Where the People Go" (Faber and Faber). Her work has been translated into German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Vietnamese and Serbian. Her writing has appeared in "The New York Times," "n+1," "McSweeney's," "Brick," "Geist," "Maisonneuve," "Bookforum," "The Guardian," and other places.