2014 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize Finalist


K.D. Miller
All Saints



Jury Citation  

From the first page of All Saints, readers know they’re in the hands of a true writer. With language both rich and restrained, images both precise and evocative, Miller entices us into the lives of people who all share a connection to an Anglican church being slowly deserted. Thanks to the subtle and intricate structure of the collection, the individual stories knit into a whole, achieving the effect of a novel, offering portraits of individuals and their tenuous community that claim a permanent place in our minds, and leaving us grateful for K.D. Miller’s artistry. 

About the Author

K.D. Miller is the author of three previous short story collections, A Litany in Time of Plague, Give Me Your Answer, and The Other Voice; an essay collection, Holy Writ; and a novel, Brown Dwarf. Her work has been featured in The Journey Prize Stories and Best Canadian Stories, and she has been nominated for a National Magazine Award for fiction. Miller is a founding member of Red Claw Press. She lives in Toronto.






Woodcock Fund



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