Love Alice Munro? Read these 12 books by emerging Canadian writers
We've got some up-and-coming Canadian discoveries to help you celebrate the art of the short story.
If you love Alice Munro, and are looking for a new writer to fall in love with, we've got you covered. Here are 12 short fiction collections by emerging Canadian writers you should check out — Alice would be proud.
- Mother Superior by Saleema Nawaz
- This Cake Is for the Party by Sarah Selecky
- Somewhere A Long and Happy Life Probably Awaits You by Jill Sexsmith
- 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl by Mona Awad
- Wordly Goods by Alice Petersen
- Bad Things Happen by Kris Bertin
- Debris by Kevin Hardcastle
- How to Get Along with Women by Elisabeth de Mariaffi
- Signs and Wonders by Alix Ohlin
- Once You Break a Knuckle by D.W. Wilson
- Just Pretending by Lisa Bird-Wilson
- How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? by Doretta La