Zoey Leigh Peterson
Zoey Leigh Peterson is an American-Canadian novelist, who received a longlisted Scotiabank Giller Prize nomination in 2017 for her debut novel Next Year, For Sure. The novel, about a happily married couple's year-long experiment with polyamory, was published in 2017 by Doubleday Canada.
Born in England to a United States Air Force family, Peterson was raised throughout the United States before moving in her early 20s to Philadelphia, where she lived in a communal home and was a musician with the local punk rock band Freemartin. She later moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, where she has lived since the late 1990s and works as a librarian.
- "Three first-time authors make Giller Prize longlist". The Globe and Mail, September 18, 2017.
- "Love, marriage and an open relationship". Toronto Star, February 12, 2017.
- "Profile: Zoey Leigh Peterson’s debut novel examines polyamory and the complicated world of modern relationships". Quill & Quire, March 2017.
- "Zoey Leigh Peterson's novel Next Year, For Sure reflects on changes of the heart". The Georgia Straight, January 25, 2017.
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