Munro among our greatest writers, Prose writes

WINGHAM – Short story writer Alice Munro, who was born in Wingham, has just released her latest collection of short stories, Dear Life.

The nominee for the Nobel Prize sets many of her stories in rural Ontario, with names and places that are familiar to Huron County residents.

“Alice Munro’s new collection, Dear Life, proves yet again that she is a very great writer indeed, and that to enter the world of her fiction is an immensely pleasurable experience,” writes U.S. author Francine Prose, in an article published in the Globe and Mail on Oct. 13.

To read her review of Dear Life, please visit the Globe and Mail’s website.

Watch for a review of Dear Life by a Huron County reviewer in the near future.

Written by on October 15, 2012 in Entertainment and Arts, Wingham - 1 Comment

One Comment on "Munro among our greatest writers, Prose writes"

  1. Heather Klopp October 16, 2012 at 8:49 pm · Reply

    The women of Huron County thank Alice Munro for all she has done for the Lives of Girls and Women everywhere!

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