Peter Dubé is the author of the novels Hovering World (DC Books, 2002) and The City's Gates (Cormorant, 2012), as well as the novella Subtle Bodies (Lethe, 2010), a Shirley Jackson finalist. His collection of prose poems Conjure: A Book of Spells (Rebel Satori, 2013) was shortlisted for the A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry. Dubé's short fiction collection, At the Bottom of the Sky (DC Books, 2007), was long-listed for the ReLit Award for Canadian Independent publishing, and includes "Janus," selected for Best Gay Stories 2008 (Berman, ed.), and "Lycaon," selected for Berman's Wilde Stories 2008: The Best of the Year's Gay Speculative Fiction. "Echo" appeared in Wilde Stories 2009 and "Blazon" in Wilde Stories 2011. His most recent work is the short fiction collection, Beginning with the Mirror, published by Lethe Press in autumn 2014 and which includes the story "Needle" which was selected for Best Gay Stories 2015. Dubé is the editor of three anthologies of short fiction and/or inter-genre writings: Madder Love: Queer Men and the Precincts of Surrealism (Rebel Satori, 2008), and Best Gay Stories 2011 and 2012 (Lethe).
In addition to writing fiction, Dubé regularly works as an art critic and cultural journalist and has had work appear in magazines like ESSE, Espace magazine, Canadian Art, and C Magazine and commissioned catalogues for institutions such as the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery of Concordia University and the SKOL Centre.
Dubé is a graduate of the Master's Program in Creative Writing at Concordia University. He lives in Montreal with his partner, the artist Mathieu Beauséjour, where he teaches and works as a freelance writer and translator. His website is peterdube.com.