Jeff Bursey is a Canadian author, playwright, and literary critic. His short story “A Torch Did Touch His Heart, Briefly,” appeared in the award-winning anthology Riptides: New Island Fiction (2012). He is the author of two critically acclaimed works of exploratory fiction: Verbatim: A Novel (Enfield & Wizenty, 2010) and Mirrors on which dust has fallen (Verbivoracious Press, 2015). A collection of his critical work, Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews (Zero Books, 2016), appraises writers from Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and works in translation.
Bursey is a Contributing Editor for The Winnipeg Review, a Special Correspondent for Numero Cinq, and is on the editorial board of Galleon. His reviews and essays also have been published in American Book Review, Literary Review, Rain Taxi, and The Review of Contemporary Fiction, among other places. He is a member of TWUC, PEIWG, WANL, and WFNB.
Verbatim: A Novel (2010)
Mirrors on which dust has fallen (2015)
Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews (2016)
A variety of print and online journals: see website for details.