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Dalhousie Review contributor and former English department instructor shortlisted for 2018 Journey Prize award
Congratulations to Shashi Bhat, who has been shortlisted for the 2018 Journey Prize for her story “Mute” (first published in the autumn 2017 issue of The Dalhousie Review)! The Journey Prize is awarded annually to an emerging writer of distinction for a short story originally published in a Canadian literary magazine. Previous winners include Alex Pugsley for his story “Crisis on Earth-X” (first published in the spring 2011 issue) and Miranda Hill for her story “Petitions to Saint Chronic” (first published in the autumn 2010 issue). The 2018 winner will be announced in early November. For more information, please visit writerstrust.com/Awards/Journey-Prize.
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