The Morning Edition - K-W | Nov 6, 2013 | 7:45

Lynn Coady wins 2013 Giller Prize

Edmonton author Lynn Giller won the 2013 Giller Prize for Hellgoing, a collection of short stories she penned. Mandy Brouse, co-owner of Woods Worth Books in Waterloo was at the gala in Toronto.

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