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The craft so long to learn

A posthumous collection of Carol Shields’s thoughts on writing


Startle and Illuminate: Carol Shields on Writing

Carol Shields; Anne Giardini and Nicholas Giardini, eds.

Random House Canada

When Carol Shields died in 2003, she left behind a wealth of papers and unpublished material now housed at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa. One of Canada’s pre-eminent novelists (the word “beloved” frequently accompanies her name in articles and reviews), Shields also taught creative writing at Toronto’s Humber School for Writers, and was by all accounts a generous and encouraging reader of beginning writers’ work.

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