Claude Lalumière & Elise Moser
The best prose writing in Quebec.
Minority Reports gathers together the best prose writing in Quebec–all short pieces–from the winners and finalists of the last three years of the Quebec Writing Competition.
Montreal’s CBC Radio One and the Quebec Writers’ Federation created the competition in 1999. It has resulted in three previous anthologies–Telling Stories, Short Stuff, and In Other Words. The winning stories are broadcast on CBC Radio and published in Maisonneuve magazine.
Claude Lalumière is the author of Objects of Worship and The Door to Lost Pages. He’s the Fantastic Fiction columnist for the Montreal Gazette and the co-creator of Lost Myths. He is the editor of eight anthologies. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.
Elise Moser’s is the award-winning author of Because I Have Loved and Hidden It [Cormorant, 2009]. She was the literary editor of The Rover, and is president of the Quebec Writers’ Federation. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.