top of page
Showey Yazdanian is the author of the award-winning novella Loopholes and has contributed to The Globe and Mail, Maclean's, Now Magazine, The Toronto Star, The Guelph Mercury, and the story collection Footprints for Mothers and Daughters.
Showey grew up in Toronto and graduated with a law degree from Western University and a graduate degree from Cornell University.
Awards: Loopholes won the 2015 Ken Klonsky Novella Prize.
Completed and published works represented by the Rights Factory listed below. If blank, contact the listed agent for details.
bottom of page