2011 Journey Prize Winner


Journey Prize Cover



Miranda Hill
 | "Petitions to Saint Chronic"
Published by The Dalhousie Review



Miranda Hill

About the Story

In a moving story about faith and the hope for redemption, a trio of strangers keeps vigil in a hospital waiting room for a man who has miraculously survived a fall from twenty-four storeys.

About the Author

Miranda Hill is a recent graduate of UBC’s Optional Residency MFA program. “Petitions to Saint Chronic” was her first published story. Her fiction has subsequently appeared in The New Quarterly, and her collection of stories is forthcoming from Doubleday Canada. Hill is also the founder of Project Bookmark Canada, a national charitable organization that places text from stories and poems in the exact physical locations where literary scenes are set. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

 


 

 

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Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing

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September 19 for books published between June 20 and September 18, 2018

 

Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction
and Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize

Submissions

July 18 for books published between May 16 and Sept 30, 2018

 

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