A journalist turned fiction writer, June Hutton is the author of the debut novel Underground (Cormorant Books 2009). Called “taut and lean, elegant and poetic” by the Globe and Mail, it was shortlisted for the Ontario Library Association’s Evergreen Award. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of literary magazines. “The Question” won the Pottersfield Portfolio’s 5th Annual Compact Fiction Competition.
A member of the writing group SPiN, she teaches at SFU Continuing Studies as well as at UBC’s The Writing Centre, and is at work on a second novel. Learn more about June at www.junehutton.com.