Books

Hooked (Passfield Press, 2014)

“If you have ever felt that something sinister lies beneath the surface of the beautiful city [Vancouver] and its beaches, Hooked is a must read.” –Trek Magazine

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Halving the Orange (Passfield Press, 2014)

“… anyone who opts to pick up a copy can fully expect to read something that is both complex and coherent.” (The Peak, SFU)

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The Playing CardThe Playing Card (Passfield Press, 2013)

“I especially enjoyed the constant juxtaposition of desire and discipline, knowledge and mystery.” – Greg Bobgan, via Facebook

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The Archive CarpetThe Archive Carpet (Passfield Press, 2012)

“Though many of the pieces . . . could fit comfortably into a single tweet, the stories don’t feel fractured. They seem to insinuate more, in the way that a really talented artist can sketch a half-moon and suddenly you imagine a cheek. Hetherington has mastered the art of creating potential action in micro-fiction . . .” – Broken Pencil Magazine

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The Late Night CallerThe Late Night Caller (Turnstone Press, 2003)

“… There is a lot of good, old-fashioned Jungian fun in Michael Hetherington’s collection, in addition to wonderfully luminous prose and a conundrum that keeps teasing at the edges of this reader’s mind. He provides us with a balm for our humdrum condition—a magic cure for conventional existence. I highly recommend it.” —Books in Canada

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