Jane Eaton Hamilton is the author of seven books, including two poetry volumes, Body Rain (Brick Books) and Steam-Cleaning Love (Brick Books), and two volumes of short stories, July Nights (Douglas and McIntyre) and Hunger (Oberon). She has won many awards for her writing, including, twice, first prize in the CBC Literary Awards (2003/2014) and The League of Canadian Poets Poetry Chapbook Award for Going Santa Fe. You can find a recent short story, "Bird Nights," at numerocinqmagazine.com, a recent story "Smiley" at the CBC Canada Writes site, a recent poem, "Sleepless," at numerocinqmagazine.com, and a recent article at salon.com More about her career can be found on her blog at janeeatonhamilton.wordpress.com, Wikipedia or Canadian Who's Who.
Her upcoming book is Love Will Burst Into a Thousand Shapes, fall 2014, poetry (Caitlin Press).
Recent works have appeared in En Route, Globe and Mail, Salon, Plenitude, Rusty Toque and the Ms Foundation for Women blog.
More of Jane's poetry can be found at: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/canpoetry/hamilton/index.htm; http://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/poets/hamilton-jane-eaton; http://numerocinqmagazine.com/?s=jane+eaton+hamilton&searchsubmit.