KASIA JARONCZYK came to Canada from Poland in 1992 in her teens. She now lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada with her husband, two children and two cats.
She has published poetry, short stories, and reviews in The Bristol Prize Anthology, The Prairie Journal, Room, Carousel Magazine, The Nashwaak Review, and Postscripts to Darkness. Her work won first place in the Eden Mills Contest in 2010; second place in the GritLit Hamilton festival in 2015; and was longlisted for the CBC Radio Short Story contest in 2010. She has co-edited an anthology of Polish-Canadian short stories and has published a collection of her own short fiction, Lemons.
She is currently working on a novel that features the art world, manipulative muses, controlling doctors, psychiatric photography and hysteria.
Lemons (Mansfield Press 2017)
Polish(ed): Poland rooted in Canadian Fiction (Guernica Editions, forthcoming 2017)