Read the stories that made the 2017 CBC Short Story Prize shortlist
Five authors made the 2017 CBC Short Story Prize shortlist.
The finalists were:
- "The Peninsula of Happiness" by Kasia Juno (Montreal, Que.)
- "Witching" by Alix Hawley (Kelowna, B.C.)
- "Everyone Has Come" by Jasmina Odor (Edmonton, Alta.)
- "The Duolect" by Krzystof Pelc (Montreal, Que.)
- "Warrior" by Meg Todd (Vancouver, B.C.)
The shortlist was selected by this year's jury, comprised of Jen Sookfong Lee, Shyam Selvadurai and Marina Endicott.
Each of the finalists received $1,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts and had their story published on CBC Books.
You can learn more about the French finalists at Prix de la nouvelle Radio-Canada.