Jenifer Mohammed


Jenifer Mohammed was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

She is a die-hard Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Supernatural lover. She is a sessional instructor at the University of Manitoba and teaches mainly for the Department of English, Film, and Theatre although she also teaches for the Asper School of Business and the International College of Manitoba. She loves horror, science-fiction, and fantasy movies and frequently relaxes at the end of a long week by watching one.

She feels truly blessed to have a job that allows her the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of her students. She hopes that her readers will enjoy reading her work as much as she enjoyed writing it.

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Resurrecting Cybele
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 108,990. Language: Canadian English. Published: August 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Literary collections » Canadian, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
Cybele Moondragon is an unemployed English graduate student who is disillusioned with her life and tired of being in debt. She decides to resurrect a matriarchal cult based on the pagan goddess Cybele in order to make a lot of money and empower men and women who are stifled in more traditional, patriarchal religions.

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antiestablishment    canadian    chick lit    cult    ecoterrorism    feminism    feminist    gaea    humour    matriarchal religion    pagan    paganism    satire    women   

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Smashwords book reviews by Jenifer Mohammed

  • He Sees You When You're Sleeping on Oct. 05, 2013

    This is an amazing collection of short stories. I was pulled into the weird, unsettling mind of Lisa Dee from the very first story, "He Sees You When You're Sleeping," hooked like a fish and reeled back and forth through each story as my mind whirled in thrilling anticipation of an unexpectedly chilling, and surprising end to each story. Although not usually a cat person, I loved "Mr. McGinty," and shivered in pleased shock at the ending. "2.2.2" pulled me into the mysterious world of numbers and I found myself as tormented as the main character, desperately trying to make sense of the patterns emerging around her. One of my favourite stories in this collection was "Adrift," a slow but compelling revelation of the mysterious past of a genuinely kind but deeply tormented soul. Images from that story still reverberate in my dreams. If you want to read extremely well-written and deeply satisfying stories, then this collection of stories is for you. I can't wait to read more by this author in the future.
  • Matachewan on Oct. 05, 2013

    After finishing Dee's collection of horror stories, "He Sees You When You're Sleeping," I was intrigued by the idea of reading another collection of her stories to see how her writing voice would change in these more autobiographical but still highly stylized stories. Her descriptions of life were so vivid that I almost felt as if I were watching a movie and the scenes were unfolding in front of my eyes. There was an unexpected, menacing undercurrent to many of these tales that was surprising but definitely thrilling. I kept thinking of Margaret Atwood, Flannery O'Connor, and Guy Vanderhaege's works as I read through this eclectic collection. My first impulse after reading through this collection is to go back and re-read Matachewan immediately to savour these unusual and surprising stories more lingeringly. For me, that is the proof of good writing. Buy this collection if you want to feel a little frisson of unease at many of the unsettling images and strange characters you will encounter within. You will enjoy immersing yourself in this world.