In The Walrus, Stephen wrote about How Covid-19 Infected the Publishing Industry.
Stephen's English translations of two essays by the Cabo Verdean writer Germano Almeida recently appeared in Words Without Borders.
Stephen recently published a research article on the Angolan writer Pepetela in the The Modern Language Review.
Stephen's short story Blue River Hotel, first published in Ploughshares, will by reprinted in Best Peace Fiction Anthology (University of New Mexico Press), edited by Phong Nguyen.
Stephen's English translation of the Guatemalan writer Rodrigo Rey Rosa's novel The Country of Toó will be published by Biblioasis in 2022.
Stephen has published a new book!
"Old Enough to be Your Father," Stephen's essay on becoming a father in his fifties, was published in The Globe and Mail.
Stephen's English translation of Ondjaki's novel Transparent City was named a longlist finalist for the 2019 U.S. Best Translated Book Award and the 2020 International Dublin Literary Award.
Stephen's novel The Path of the Jaguar is forthcoming in Spanish translation from FyG Editores . It will be available in Central America, Mexico and at selected Spanish-language bookstores in the U.S.A.
Stephen's new novel, The World of After, will be published by Cormorant Books in 2021. A long, plot-driven novel set in Montreal, Oxford, London, Poland, Moscow and former Yugoslavia, it portrays the 1990s as a decade of freedom, uncertainty and self-reinvention.
Virtual Launch Join us in celebrating the launch of author Stephen Henighan's new novel, The World of After! www.eventbrite.ca
ReadingShelf Life Books ,100, 1302 – 4th Street SWCalgary, Alberta T2R 0X8
Reading & Talk Creative Writing Program University of Calgary, Alberta. 2500 University Dr. NWCalgary, Alberta, CanadaT2N 1N4
ReadingAudrey's BooksEdmonton, Alberta with Michael Hingston.
Writing WorkshopGuelph Public Library, Main Branch, Guelph, Ontario.100 Norfolk St, Guelph, ON N1H 4J6, Canada
Reading Night at the Museum Art Gallery of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.
Silence 46 Essex Street, Guelph, Ontario
Event with Ondjaki in support of his novel Transparent City which Stephen translated into English The Bookshelf, 41 Quebec Street, Guelph
The Romanian Festival Culture, Arts and Media Education Centre, 918 Bathurst St., Toronto Panel on translating from Romanian to English, with Diana Manole talking about Stephen's translation of Mihail Sebastian's The Accident
Thin Air Festival Winnipeg, Manitoba