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Short story collection news: Short story collection wins New Zealand’s Montana Medal for Fiction or Poetry.

Charlotte Grimshaw’s collection, Opportunity, has won New Zealand’s prestigious Montana Medal for Fiction. The judges said of the collection: “By turns touching, funny, dark, and redemptive, this is a book for reading through then re-reading in a different order, for following clues, for setting aside and thinking about, and for getting lost in.’” Click here for more information on the award. Grimshaw’s collection was longlisted for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Prize in 2007.

Two of the four books shortlisted for the Montana Medal were short story collections, the second being Luminious by Alice Tawhai.

Congratulations to Charlotte, who wins $5000, and who also took home the $1000 BPANZ Reviewer of the Year Award! Read more about her on the New Zealand Writers site.

So many short story collections to read, so little time.

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This entry was posted on July 25, 2008 by in awards, frank o'connor prize, short story collections in the news.
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