Miriam Toews wins the Rogers Writer's Trust Prize

June 18, 2014

Miriam Toews won $25,000 and the Rogers Writers Trust prize for a novel she says "she wished she didn't have to write."

All My Puny Sorrows, informed by the suicide of Toews' sister, was published earlier this year. Carrie Snyder was a finalist for her new novel, Runner Girl.

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