Shaena Lambert
Shaena Lambert’s stories have appeared in a number of magazines, including The Walrus and have been chosen three years running for Best Canadian Stories. Her recent collection of short stories Oh My Darling was a Globe and Mail’s Top 100 Books of The Year for 2013. Her previous book of stories, The Falling Woman, has also been a Globe and Mail Best Book of the Year and her first novel, Radiance, was a finalist for the Rogers Writers’ Trust Award and the Ethel Wilson Prize. She has been a fiction mentor with Humber College and The Writer’s Studio of Simon Fraser University. Her website is She lives in Vancouver, B.C.

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How My Writing Allowed Me to Heal

(0) Comments | Posted January 9, 2014 | 12:11 PM

Margaret Atwood says in Negotiating with the Dead that writers are like jackdaws (a European crow): "We steal the shiny bits and build them into the structures of our own disorderly nests."

Collecting these shiny bits is an integral part of the fiction writer's craft, but most writers, including...

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