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Her father, Gabriel Heti, was an electrical engineer, and her mother worked as a pathologist.Sheila “was often coming up with different and new ideas and projects,” according to her younger brother, David, a stand-up comic based in Montreal. A friend teased me for it: ‘You were trying to say, Every body is acceptable, and you are this lithe sixteen-year-old girl.’ ” At a Naomi Wolf lecture, she gave the zines to the author’s publicist from Random House of Canada, and subsequently, at seventeen, landed a contract to edit an anthology of teenage girls’ writing.The storyline is clear enough: two families meet accidentally while on holiday in Paris, where one of the families loses its twelve-year-old son.However, the work strives for none of the verisimilitude of , with its dialogue lifted from real life.“I have a lot of people around me who really judge everything they encounter, and I love having those people around me, but I’m not like that,” she says.To make art, “you look at art for how it inspires you, rather than looking at it from a moral perspective.” She loves self-help books (she has read eighty) and used to be obsessed with is a collaboration involving many of her friends and acquaintances.

“He believes it’s good to make a fool of yourself; you shouldn’t worry what anyone thinks of you.

In 2013, it enjoyed a two-week sold-out run in the same Kensington Market space that is now being used for a run-through.

“We would find people lined up out the door for tickets, which was a nice feeling,” says Erin Brubacher, who co-directed the play with Jordan Tannahill.

She spends time with her artist friends, some of whom share their names with Heti’s real-life friends. She carries around a tape recorder to capture conversations with her friends, which she quotes verbatim.

She struggles with a play that has been commissioned by a feminist theatre company. When we meet, she is in no hurry to clear up which parts of the book came from her life and which didn’t.