Canadian writers


Alice Munro: Never too much happiness

From 2013: Inside the remarkable triumph of the world’s greatest storyteller

Douglas Coupland: God of small things

With a new book and his first survey show in the offing, a peek into the author/artist/designer’s world

Presenting Charles Taylor prize nominee Ross King

Maclean’s presents part two of our series with the five nominees
Author Alix Ohlin.

A suicide on Mount Royal

An excerpt from Alix Ohlin’s novel Inside, about rescue and the importance of trying to help
A Breadwinner for Afghan women

Deborah Ellis is a Breadwinner for Afghan women

The Canadian author has given more than $1 million in royalties to charity
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Where’s the sizzle in Canada’s non-fiction?

The Charles Taylor Prize always brings out many very good writers. It rarely takes my breath away.