Short Stuff: New English Stories from Quebec

Edited by Claude Lalumière

Short Stuff is the cream of contemporary Quebec short fiction: forty stories from the winners and finalists of the CBC-QWF Short Story Competitions from 2002 to 2005. It includes fiction from writers such as Liam Durcan, Ibi Kaslik, Elise Moser and Kaarla Sundström.

Montreal's CBC Radio One and the Quebec Writers' Federation established the CBC-QWF Short Story Competition in 1999. The winning stories are broadcast on CBC's Cinq à Six.

Fiction 2005

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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.

Other books by Claude Lalumière:
Telling Stories: New English Stories from Quebec
Minority Reports: New English Writing From Quebec
Lust for Life: Tales of Sex & Love
Island Dreams: Montreal Writers of the Fantastic
In Other Words: New English Writing from Quebec
Trade paperback
210 pp 8.5" x 5.5"
ISBN13: 9781550652024

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