uncollected stories

Greg Hollingshead. “Ottawa Confidential,” Numero Cinq, 4:6 (June 2013) 

- - - - - - - -. “Mother/Son,” ELQ, 37:3 (2013), 80-84. Also in CVC: Short Fiction Anthology Series, Book Three. Ed. Gloria Vanderbilt. Exile Editions: Toronto, 2013. Pp. 133-42.

- - - - - - - -. "Melnyk,” The Malahat Review, 179 (Summer 2012), 77-80.

- - - - - - - -. “Cold Wind,” CBC Radio (2012).

- - - - - - - -. “Whyte Avenue Blue,” The Walrus, 5:1 (January/February 2008). Pp. 74-75.

- - - - - - - -. "The Fall Guy." Alberta Views, 7:6 (November/December 2004). Pp. 46-51.

- - - - - - - -. "Born Again," Turn of the Story: Canadian Short Fiction on the Eve of the Millennium. Eds. Joan Thomas and Heidi Harms. Toronto: Anansi, 1999. Pp. 233-50.

- - - - - - - -. "The Progress of Nature," Canadian Fiction Magazine, 85 (1994), 78-86. Also in Mattoid: A Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, 52/53 [Australia; n.d.]. Pp. 19-24.

- - - - - - - -. "Fina Jim," The Fiddlehead, 173 (Autumn 1992), 28-39. [early version of "The Roaring Girl"]

- - - - - - - -. "The Blue Chemical," Canadian Fiction Magazine, 77 (1992), 32-48.

- - - - - - - -. "The Search for Aldo Eagle (Part I)," The Malahat Review, 72 (September 1985), 117-39.

- - - - - - - -. "Out the Mirror," The Camrose Review, 4, n.d., pp 38-43.

- - - - - - - -. "Story Story," Quarry, 30:4 (Autumn 1981), 94-101.

- - - - - - - -. "The Story of Alton Finney," 79: Best Canadian Stories. Eds. John Metcalf and Leon Rooke. Ottawa: Oberon, 1979. Pp. 59-68. Previously in The Fiddlehead, 119 (Fall 1978), 46-52. [early version of "The Naked Man"]

- - - - - - - -. "Bedtime," University of Windsor Review, 14:2 (Spring-Summer 1979), 60-68.

- - - - - - - -. "Seabright," Capilano Review, 14:2 (1978), 5-10.

- - - - - - - -. "I Love Dragon Lady," 3-cent Pulp, 4:23 (November 1978), 3-4. Previously in Gasoline Rainbow, 1 (March 1977), 12-13.

- - - - - - - -. "The Sound," Aurora: New Canadian Writing 1978. Ed. Morris Wolfe. Toronto: Doubleday, 1978. Pp 110-20.

- - - - - - - -. "You Never Know" and "Mary Duncan," The Capilano Review, 11:1 (1977), 81-91.