Anik See is a Canadian writer living in Amsterdam. She is the author of postcard and other stories (Freehand Books, 2009), Saudade (Coach House Books, 2008) and A Fork in the Road (Macmillan Canada, 2000). Her writing, both fiction and non-fiction, has appeared in Brick, Prairie Fire, the Fiddlehead, Geist, grain, The National Post, Toronto Life and, as a contributing editor, in Outpost Magazine, and has been nominated for numerous awards, as has her printing and design work.
“Emotionally complex, wistful and raw and surprising, postcard and other stories is a complicated pleasure. Infidelity, obsession, new love, loss—Anik See negotiates the intricacies of the adult world with an unerring instinct for what is true about our lives and ourselves. She is a real writer and I, for one, can’t wait for more.”
— Michael Crummey