Fiction. I get it!

I got pencils. I got paper. I got fiction. Who could ask for anything more? Not Alice Munro. Beaming, with yet another story to tell, she accepted her second Giller Prize– this time for her short story collection, Runaway. Pregnant with floating rose petals and Mary Walsh’s crimson, cinched-nine-ways-to-Christmas-bustier, this year’s gala was more glitzy and glammed-up then ever. Aside from the Shelagh Rogers underpants incident, it looked to be a classy affair. The short-listed authors, Shauna Singh Baldwin, Wayson Choy, Pauline Holdstock, Alice Munro, Paul Quarrington, and Miriam Toews never looked so good. As Shelagh noted the morning after

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