Praise for Therese

“Short-form crime fiction is undergoing a renaissance, and Therese Greenwood is becoming one of its masters. Eschewing the usual urban stereotypes, she writes beautifully wrought tales of our small cities and borderlands — and what goes on there. She does so in a pure Canadian voice.”

— George Fetherling, author of The Carpenter from Montreal and other novels.

“Therese Greenwood’s wonderfully crafted stories pull you into small towns where richly drawn characters in search of redemption, or deserving of comeuppance, grapple with big problems. They stay with you long after the tale is told, the hallmark of a master storyteller.”

— Rick Mofina USA Today Bestselling Author.


Short Story Collection Features Kingston Christmas Stories

KINGSTON, Ont. / Dec. 5, 2018 – The latest book by Kingston native Therese Greenwood includes several locally set stories for the Christmas season, including one nominated for Canada’s top mystery-writing honour. “A Christmas Bauble,” set in Prohibition-era Kingston, was nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Short Story after its initial appearance in …

Short Story Collection Explores Theme of Life Interrupted

Calgary-based Coffin Hop Press has just released the short story collection Kill As You Go from two-time Arthur Ellis Award nominee Therese Greenwood. Called “a master storyteller” and “a pure Canadian voice” for her short crime fiction, Greenwood is publishing for the first time since losing her family home in the Fort McMurray wildfire of …