|Notable works||The Truth About Luck|
Reid established his writing career by publishing articles and columns in national magazines and newspapers following his college graduation. He drew the attention of the National Post, garnering a weekly column assignment. In 2015 he began appearing in US magazine The New Yorker.
His first memoir, One Bird's Choice: A Year in the Life of an Over-educated, Underemployed Twentysomething Who Moves Back Home, was published in 2010, and was followed by The Truth About Luck: What I Learned on my Road Trip with Grandma in 2013.
- "In Debut Thriller Novel, Iain Reid Delivers Shivers Without Reader Knowing Why". NPR, June 12, 2016.
- "Iain Reid wins $10K RBC Taylor Prize Emerging Writer Award". CBC Books, May 11, 2015.
- "Kingston author publishes first work of fiction". Kingston Region, May 21, 2016.
- "The fab five: Canlit’s hottest up-and-comers". The Globe and Mail, June 30, 2012.
- "Memoir of time spent with Grandma reveals old truths, young wisdom". The Globe and Mail, March 15, 2013.
- "Profile: Iain Reid explores new territory in his debut work of fiction, I’m Thinking of Ending Things". Quill & Quire, May 2016.
- "Charlie Kaufman Adapting Novel by Canadian Author Iain Reid for Netflix". The National Post. January 25, 2018. Retrieved July 31, 2018.
- Kerry, Clare (December 3, 2018). "The best books of 2018". Chatelaine (Online).
- Hendra, Peter (December 29, 2018). "Glorious year for Sons; Kingston band won a Juno, played a sold-out show in hometown arena, opened for the Rolling Stones, and headlined own tour". The Kingston Whig-Standard: A1 – via Proquest.
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