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Janika Oza

Janika Oza is a writer based in Toronto. She was the winner of the 2019 Malahat Review Open Season Award in Fiction for her short story, “Exile”, and was longlisted for the 2019 CBC Short Story Prize. She has received fellowships from VONA, Tin House, and One Story. Her writing is published or forthcoming in Guernica, The 2019 Best Small Fictions Anthology, The Columbia Review, Into The Void, and SmokeLong Quarterly, among others. She is currently at work on a novel. Find her at www.janikaoza.com.

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Notes as Guest Reader/Editor in Smokelong Quarterly

Notes: On Desert Towns and How To Leave Them

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SmokeLong Fitness--The Community Workshop

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SmokeLong Fitness is the Ongoing Community Workshop of SmokeLong Quarterly. This asynchronous workshop happens on our dedicated workshop site. You will work in small groups of around 12 participants to give and receive feedback. Each Monday, you will receive a new writing task (one writing task each week) designed by the senior editor team of SmokeLong. The core workshop is asynchronous, so you can take part from anywhere at anytime. We are excited about creating a supportive, consistent and structured environment for flash writers to work on their craft.