Samuel Archibald

Samuel Archibald is a Montreal-based short story writer.
Samuel Archibald is the author of the novel Arvida. (Frederick Duchesne)

Samuel Archibald is a Montreal-based short story writer. His debut collection of short stories entitled Arvida — which is also the name of Archibald's hometown in Quebec — was nominated for the 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize and was a finalist in Combat des Livres 2013, defended by Bernard Landry. The book was translated from French to English by Donald Winkler.

Books by Samuel Archibald


Samuel Archibald on why it's important to fight back if an insurance company denies a disability claim

3 years ago
After he won his battle for his insurer to recognize his depression, a Montreal writer tells others in the same situation they need to fight back. 0:59


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