The Transformative Power of a Sick Playlist: A Reading of Michelle Winters’ I Am a Truck

by Erica Osko Of the novels on the Giller Prize shortlist, I Am a Truck certainly has the most catching title.  With a bit of research, I learned it’s the debut novel by New Brunswick-based Michelle Winters, who wrote it entirely in the evenings while working a full-time job. Inspired that a first-time novelist using an independent publisher made the prestigious shortlist, I had to … Continue reading The Transformative Power of a Sick Playlist: A Reading of Michelle Winters’ I Am a Truck