Ontario online magazine, kawarthaNOW.com, has featured an excerpt from Michelle Berry's short fiction in their kawarthaREADS section. The excerpt is from Berry's story "Henderson Has Scored for Canada" from her collection, I Still Don't Even Know You, published by Turnstone Press in 2010. kawarthaREADS features fiction about The Kawarthas, or by authors who live, visit and love the Kawartha lake region. Michelle Berry is a resident of Peterborough, Ontario.
Michelle Berry has been widely published in many Canadian literary magazines, national newspapers, and anthologies. She is the author of seven books of fiction, two novels of which have been published in the UK as well as in Canada. She has published two collections of short stories with Turnstone Press, I Still Don't Even Know You and How To Get There From Here. In the fall of 2012, Turnstone Press is pleased to publish e-book versions and re-release four of Berry's previously published books: Margaret Lives in the Basement, What We All Want, Blur, and Blind Crescent. Berry is a reviewer for The Globe and Mail, and teaches at the University of Toronto and Humber College. Born in California and raised in Victoria, B.C., Berry now lives in Peterborough, ON with her family.