Here are some nice things people have said about my work:

“Peninsula Sinking opens with a literary punch to the gut . . . and establishes Huebert as one of Canada’s most impressive young writers”

—Robert J. Wiersema, Quill & Quire 

“A woman must end the life of her beloved horse. A paean to intimacy and to things rarely seen, ‘Enigma’ is an eloquent meditation on the mystery of life and death, love and grief, both human and animal. This is a vivid personal narrative of remarkable spiritual and emotional grace.”

—CBC 2016 Short Story Prize Jury (Greg Hollingshead, Padma Viswanathan and Richard Van Camp)

“There are dozens of passages from which I would love to quote, beautiful language is something Huebert makes feel effortless and natural, and I found myself waiting breathless for the next one.”

–Jeremy Thomas Gilmer writing for The East Magazine

“This is clearly a writer with significant chops.”

—Chris Benjamin, Atlantic Books Today 

“These poems have the key to the zoo, and they’re ready to let the wild rumpus start.”

—Geoffrey Morrison, The Rusty Toque

“Huebert’s darkly funny story is a study of emotional and romantic ambivalence . . . it is also heart-rending and wise.”

—Carrie Dawson, The Dalhousie Review

“Huebert’s excellent collection of poems is exciting, relatable, and bawdy . . . . I look forward to reading more from Huebert.”

—Danny Gorny, Toronto Guardian 


Here are a few publications that were kind enough to publish stories about me and my writing:

The East Magazine

Atlantic Books Today

CBC: How I Wrote It

Open Book Toronto

The Rusty Toque

The Toronto Guardian