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All My Puny Sorrows, a funny-sad novel about Toews's sister's suicide, recently snagged the literary superstar her second Rogers Writers' Trust Prize. In this exclusive profile, which ran in FLARE's April 2014 issue, Danielle Groen talks to Toews about translating personal agony into fiction. More »Miriam Toews Wins the Rogers Writers' Trust Prize for Fiction
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