Dora Dueck’s short fiction collection, What You Get at Home (Turnstone, 2012), won the 2013 High Plains Book Award in the short story category at a gala event in Billings, Montana, on October 26. The High Plains Book Awards honor writing that reflects life on the plains – in Montana, Wyoming, the...
Kenya-born writer Isabel Nanton lives in Canada and East Africa, working as a journalist, author of both non-fiction and fiction, broadcaster and teacher. Since completing a Press Fellowship awarded at Cambridge University in 2002, her focus is currently on writing the stories emerging from Africa's 54 countries. She also specializes in reviewing books for Canada's national newspapers.