Corinne Wasilewski was born and raised in Woodstock, NB, but now calls Sarnia home. She works as an occupational therapist and writes to explore the meaning of life. She also plays a mean game of tennis. Her novel Live from the Underground (Mansfield Press) was launched in November 2015. An early version of that novel won WFNB’s 2012 David Adams Richard Award. Corinne is hard at work on her second novel.
Live from the Underground (Mansfield Press, 2015)
‘Walking on Water,’ The Battered Suitcase, Spring 2011, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 62-65.
‘Last Dance,’ The Nashwaak Review, Summer/Fall 2010, Volume 24/25, Number 1, pp. 418-426.
‘Happily Ever After,’ The Windsor Review, Fall 2010, Volume 42, Number 2, pp. 44-55.
‘Five,’ Front & Centre, Spring 2010, Issue #23, pp. 8-11
Live from the Underground, David Adams Richards Prize, WFNB Writing Competition, 2012
Walking on Water, 3rd place, gritLit short story contest, 2005.