Marni Jackson is a Toronto writer whose latest book, Don’t I Know You?, will be published by Flatiron Books, NYC, on September 27th, 2016. This collection of interlocking stories marks her fiction debut. For much of her career Marni has worked as a journalist, winning numerous National Magazine Awards for her humour, columns and social commentary. She has also published three nonfiction books, including the bestselling memoir, The Mother Zone (1992). Although she is known for writing about family culture, her interests are broad and eccentric. Her work has appeared in publications that include Rolling Stone, Outside, Maclean’s, The London Sunday Times, Saturday Night, Brick journal and The Walrus, on subjects that include the boomerang generation, the doctor-patient relationship, big game-fishing, women in the film industry, wilderness canoeing, the medical mistreatment of chronic pain, the contents of her closet, and our secret lives with Leonard Cohen.