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Nothing You Do Matters

Short Stories by Craig Silliphant

March 1, 2022 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9798406736173
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In Nothing You Do Matters, writer Craig Silliphant presents twelve short stories, bringing along his infamously sardonic tongue, subversive humour, and penchant for media and pop culture references. Prairie writing doesn't have to be stuffy stories about grain elevators. Nothing You Do Matters is modern and alive. With rock n' roll prose and Swiftian satire and profanity, Silliphant tells stories that charge forth into the dualities of humour and melancholy, love and hate, the sublime and the sordid. Nothing You Do Matters revolves around life on the prairies and beyond; shopping malls, social media, young love, old rumours, crime, trauma, religion, childhood, starships, nihilistic optimism, and even a couple of prairie ghost stories for good measure.

About this Author

Craig Silliphant is an award-winning writer and Creative Director, working in both mainstream and underground media. He is a writer, essayist, film and music critic, broadcaster, journalist, advertising and marketing strategist, and filmmaker. His work has been seen with outlets like CBC, Post Media, CTV, Rawlco Radio, Global TV, CFCR, Planet S Magazine, Prairie Dog Magazine, The National Post, The Feedback Society, Shaw Spotlight, and many more. His previous non-fiction book, 'Exile Off Main St: Random Dispatches from the Saskatoon Music Scene,' was a local best-seller. He is a juror on the Polaris Music Prize and the Juno Awards. He wrote and co-produced an award-winning Global TV documentary called, 'Stolen Sisters,' about the plight of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

ISBN: 9798406736173
Format: Trade paperback
Pages: n/a
Publisher: Thoughtlab Media
Published: 2022-03-01

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