Nigerian-born author opens up about success and struggle and the immigrant experience.
The Scotiabank Giller Prize shines a light on the best of Canadian literature, promoting the works of both emerging and established authors.
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Vivek Shraya does not mince words. In even this page is white, her language is visceral, and even the form of her
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Canadian authors of faith-based fiction say seeking answers in religion to the injustices of their pasts enhances their creativity and inspires their
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