Glenna’s short fiction and CNF has been published in Room, Reflex, the Same and is forth coming in The New Quarterly. She’s also had her work featured on CBC Radio. Her first novel is in final stages of labour, in fact it’s crowning. She is hopelessly addicted to blueberries.
Girls Like That
She knows exactly what I like.
girls with short hair girls with striped shirts
and cuffs unbuttoned that hang below their wrists
girls with small
breasts and pierced nipples
girls with grey jackets
and purple Docs
steady eyes and leather collars
with boots clever girls with smooth hands
girls who can write
girls who kiss the back of my neck
while everybody watches
girls who bite girls who are good
girls who make my mouth go dry.
What do you like? She asks,
her voice as shadowed as the room.
I push back, as she laughs
and fucks me. I open
Tell me, she says,
no longer amused,
close now, so close
I can feel it building in her body.
What do you like? With
heavy against mine
and her dick still deep inside me.