Books by Anne Fleming

Anne Fleming grew up in Toronto in a house backing onto a ravine, where she liked to slide down sand slides on her butt over and over again. Inside the house, she loved to lie on her bed and read until her parents insisted she go outside and get some fres

THE GOAT by Anne Fleming
Released: March 14, 2017

"Lovely. (Fiction. 9-12)"
There's a goat living on the roof of a New York City apartment building—or is it merely an urban legend? Read full book review >
ANOMALY by Anne Fleming
Released: Sept. 1, 2006

"Fleming's ability to fully inhabit the consciousness of her characters is flawless, as are her portraits of the ordinary and extraordinary life of adolescent girls."
Self-assured exploration of day-to-day family trauma, and then some. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"Byronist Fleming's first American publication is as Waspish, though not as clever, as most entries in this mysteriously mushrooming subgenre."
Yes, those hateful deconstructionists are at it againplanting a bomb in the boat returning members of the Coleridge and Other Romantic Poets Society (RPS) from their trip to the Venetian island of San Lazzaro; trashing the flat of RPS chair Martin Proctor; defacing old-money American professor Michael Pomfret's lecture notes with red ink; sending avant-garde theorist LÇon Bracousse a bogus invitation to the RPS's meeting at the Royal Institute; and disrupting the RPS conference at Norman Abbey with a bogus warning of booby-trapped doors. Read full book review >