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Canadian author Sheila Heti on raising the 'Motherhood' question

Polaris Prize-winning musician Tanya Tagaq is publishing her first book

How I Wrote It

Thea Lim wanted to write about grief — and ended up with a time travelling love story

Magic 8 Q&A

Emma Hooper on the patchwork quilt of people that have inspired her writing

Esi Edugyan on making history and inspiring a new generation of Black writers

Magic 8 Q&A

Patrick deWitt on what should happen to unfunny people

The Giller Files

Goodbye, Giller: Michelle Winters relives the awards gala and contemplates what's next

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Michael Redhill wins the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize for Bellevue Square

The Giller Files

Enjoying the ride: Michelle Winters on the roller coaster that is being a Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist

Madeleine Thien, John Irving, Rupi Kaur, Thomas King and Lawrence Hill to present at Scotiabank Giller Prize

How I Wrote It

Michelle Winters' I Am a Truck is a tribute to the people, places and things she loves

How I Wrote It

How Ed O'Loughlin put himself into the hearts and minds of Arctic explorers

How I Wrote It

How Rachel Cusk rewrote the writing rules and scored two Scotiabank Giller Prize nominations

Magic 8 Q&A

'All art is failed art.' Michael Redhill on being comfortable with failure

The Giller Files

On the road: Michelle Winters on hanging out with her fellow Scotiabank Giller Prize-shortlisted authors

The Next Chapter

How Michael Redhill created a different kind of doppelgänger story

Ed O'Loughlin reignites love affair with Canada, snow and maps for new novel

Finalist for Giller Prize honed her craft writing software instructions

Magic 8 Q&A

Rachel Cusk on honouring the strangeness of living

How I Wrote It

Why it took Eden Robinson eight years to write Son of a Trickster

How I Wrote It

How Michael Redhill used the building blocks of genre fiction to win the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize