Leanne Dunic

Adjunct Professor

Research Area

About

Leanne Dunic is the winner of the 2015 Alice Munro Short Story prize and the fiction editor at the Tahoma Literary Review. Her writing has been described as genre-fluid, experimental, poignant, provocative, elegant and brutal. If there is a unifying aspect to her diverse work as an artist, it’s a persistent interest in crossing boundaries, both in terms of form and content. As a biracial, bisexual woman, she’s spent her life navigating liminal spaces, inspiring her to produce trans-media projects such her novel in micro-chapters, To Love the Coming End (Book*hug/Chin Music Press 2017,) and her short story and companion album, The Gift (Book*hug 2019). Her poetic memoir, One and Half of You, comes out with Talonbooks in February 2021. She completed an MFA in Creative Writing at UBC.

Leanne is the leader of the band The Deep Cove. She lives on the unceded and occupied traditional territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh people.


Leanne Dunic

Adjunct Professor

Leanne Dunic is the winner of the 2015 Alice Munro Short Story prize and the fiction editor at the Tahoma Literary Review. Her writing has been described as genre-fluid, experimental, poignant, provocative, elegant and brutal. If there is a unifying aspect to her diverse work as an artist, it’s a persistent interest in crossing boundaries, both in terms of form and content. As a biracial, bisexual woman, she's spent her life navigating liminal spaces, inspiring her to produce trans-media projects such her novel in micro-chapters, To Love the Coming End (Book*hug/Chin Music Press 2017,) and her short story and companion album, The Gift (Book*hug 2019). Her poetic memoir, One and Half of You, comes out with Talonbooks in February 2021. She completed an MFA in Creative Writing at UBC.

Leanne is the leader of the band The Deep Cove. She lives on the unceded and occupied traditional territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh people.

Leanne Dunic

Adjunct Professor

Leanne Dunic is the winner of the 2015 Alice Munro Short Story prize and the fiction editor at the Tahoma Literary Review. Her writing has been described as genre-fluid, experimental, poignant, provocative, elegant and brutal. If there is a unifying aspect to her diverse work as an artist, it’s a persistent interest in crossing boundaries, both in terms of form and content. As a biracial, bisexual woman, she's spent her life navigating liminal spaces, inspiring her to produce trans-media projects such her novel in micro-chapters, To Love the Coming End (Book*hug/Chin Music Press 2017,) and her short story and companion album, The Gift (Book*hug 2019). Her poetic memoir, One and Half of You, comes out with Talonbooks in February 2021. She completed an MFA in Creative Writing at UBC.

Leanne is the leader of the band The Deep Cove. She lives on the unceded and occupied traditional territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh people.