Anne Stone

BA (Concordia), MA (McGill)

Creative Writing Instructor - English

Anne Stone has taught at Capilano University since 2001. She teaches Creative Writing, Literature and Composition.

 Writing and Publishing

Anne Stone, a Vancouver-based teacher and novelist, is senior editor at Matrix Magazine. Together with Amber Dean, she is co-editor of the recent special issue of the journal West Coast Line on representations of murdered and missing women. She is the author of three novels: jacks: a gothic gospel (DC 1998), Hush (Insomniac 1999) and, most recently, Delible (Insomniac Press, 2007). Delible, chosen as one of thirty-five “Books of the Year” for the Globe and Mail, tells the story of Melora Sprague, a 15-year-old girl whose sister is missing. The novel offers a glimpse into a sustained experience of uncertainty and, in so doing, explores how our identities exist in those traces we leave behind.


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jacks: a gothic gospel (DC 1998), Hush (insomniac 1999), and most recently, Delible (Insomniac Press, 2007)