Giller Prize-winning author Johanna Skibsrud on her new book, Tiger, Tiger

Skibsrud discusses her latest book, Tiger, Tiger, and how winning the Giller Prize​ in 2010 changed the course of her career.
Tiger, Tiger is a collection of stories from Giller Prize-winning author Johanna Skibsrud. The book is out now. (Penguin Random House Canada, Dan Davis Photography)

Johanna Skibsrud isn't afraid to tackle some of life's biggest and most daunting ​questions. In her new book, ​Tiger, Tiger​, Skibsrud examines the ​paradoxes of the human ​condition​ through 14 short stories that take readers from a science lab to a nursing home. She speaks to Tom Power about her new book and how winning the Giller Prize​ in 2010 for her debut novel The Sentimentalists changed the course of her career.

Skibsrud's anthology, Tiger, Tiger, is available now. 

Produced by Cora Nijhawan


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