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K.D. Miller is interviewed by Mary Hynes on CBC's Tapestry and by Shelagh Rogers on The Next Chapter. Visit the Media page for links.
All Saints makes the Globe 100 list for 2014!
K.D. Miller is a poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer living in Toronto. She also teaches a variety of writing courses, which you can check out on the Courses page.
She is the author of four short story collections, a collection of essays and a novel. Check out the Books page for synopses and the Reviews page for what the critics have to say.
“If this book doesn’t get a Giller prize nod, something is wrong.” — Read Anne Kingston’s review in Maclean’s
Recently the Windsor CBC Book Panel discussed All Saints. Have a listen here.
In the Media
2014 Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize
K D Miller was shortlisted for this prestigious award for her collection All Saints. Here is just a selection of the media items.
CBC Books: The Features page created for All Saints as one of the nominated books.
Chatelaine: A gallery featuring a Q+A with the authors.
National Post: K D Miller in conversation with Lori McNulty.
Globe and Mail: Feature article: “How past Writers Trust winners influenced nominees”
The Next Chapter
The CBC’s Shelagh Rogers talks with K D Miller about All Saints. Visit CBC Books to learn more and listen to the interview.
Globe and Mail
All Saints is included in the Globe’s list of 100 best books for 2014 in the Canadian fiction group (only 10 books).
“A sharp, engaging interconnection of stories revolving around an Anglican church in danger of closing. Miller, once called ‘Canada’s greatest unknown writer,’ deserves to be known by all.”
All Saints was also reviewed in the Globe. Visit the Books page for links to all reviews.
The CNIB’s podcast about recent releases in their Talking Books program, Choice Words, featured an interview with K D Miller about All Saints – you can listen to it here.