The short stories in God's Autobio, Rolli’s debut collection, are impossible, quite probable, and everything in between. There’s a story about a man with a ridiculously huge coupon; about an elderly woman who befriends a frenzied robotic chimpanzee; an overzealous, if increasingly masochistic butler; plus twenty-three other surreal, sublime, and satirical creations by Canadian writer/poet/artist, Rolli, recipient of the John Kenneth Galbraith Literary Award, and one of the winners of the 2008/2009 Commonwealth Short Story Competition.
|Publisher:||Now or Never Publishing|
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About the Author
Hailing from Southey, Saskatchewan, Rolli writes—and draws a little—for adults (Rattle, subTerrain, The New Quarterly) and children (Ladybug, Spider, Highlights). He is the author/illustrator of the poetry/art book Plum Stuff, and the gothic novel-in-poems Mavor’s Bones.