David Hull

David Hull was born in Regina, and grew up in Owen Sound, Ontario. His father was a journalist, and his mother was a librarian. This genetically-predetermined writer and father of one now lives in Toronto.

David's work has appeared in The Walrus, Canadian Literature, The Malahat, The Fiddlehead, ON SPEC, and other magazines and journals. He was the winner of the 1998 Prairie Fire Long Fiction competition, judged by the late Matt Cohen, and has received grants from the Ontario and Toronto Arts Councils for his upcoming novel, At Gerber's Grave.


The Man Who Remembered the Moon

A mesmerizing novella about perception and longing...

He says it's gone. They say it never existed. Daniel Hale is The Man Who Remembered the Moon.

"Thoroughly satisfying." - The Globe and Mail

"A superb story... an ongoing series of surprising revelations/suppositions — surprising, yet satisfying within the rollercoaster logic of its world." - Matthew Sharpe, author of The Sleeping Father, You Were Wrong, and Jamestown

Print edition includes the bonus hidden track The One About the Ballard Fanatic.

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Professor Connected

It's 1987 and Allen Smythe has just joined the department of philosophy at St George U, and things aren't going well. Secretly doubtful of his own merits, and still stinging from a recent breakup, he immerses himself in writing Against Hope and relies heavily on the kindness of his mentor to keep his spirits up. But although Allen may not be interested in faculty politics, faculty politics is interested in him...

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