Tim Conley

Tim Conley teaches English at Brock University, and has published widely on Joyce, Nabokov, and other topics in twentieth-century literature. His books include Nothing Could be Further: Thirty Stories, One False Move, and Burning City: Poems of Metropolitan Modernity (edited with Jed Rasula). This year sees the publication of a new poetry collection, Unless Acted Upon (Mansfield Press), as well as the fiction collection Collapsible (New Star), thirty stories steeped in Beckett, Borges, and Nabokov, coming at the reader in a variety of shapes and guises, running the gamut from elliptical micro-fictions to tales of the inexplicable.

Conley lives in St. Catharine’s, ON.