Rebecca Fisseha is author of the novel Daughters of Silence (Goose Lane Editions, 2019). Her short stories, personal essays, and articles appear in Selamta, Room Magazine, The Maple Tree Literary Supplement, The Rusty Toque, Joyland, Flock Magazine, The Puritan’s Town Crier, Lithub, Medium, The Minola Review and in the story collection Addis Ababa Noir. Her play wise.woman (2009) was produced by b current at the Theatre Centre in Toronto. She has also served on the juries for the Writers’ Trust Atwood-Gibson Fiction Prize and the Trillium Book Award.
She is currently at work on her second novel, titled Married, Not Married, as well as stories and essays.
Look for her latest creative-nonfiction work in the Humber Literary Review and an essay in Tongues: On Longing and Belonging through Language, an anthology of creative nonfiction essays (Book*hug Press).
*Photo credit: Serkalem Mekonnen