Alice Munro on Wikipedia

Alice Munro was born in Wingham, Ontario, in 1931.  She still lives in the same area.  Her first collection of short fiction, Dance of the Happy Shades (1968), won the Governor General’s award.  She has won many other awards since then for her short fiction, culminating in the Man Booker International prize for her lifetime’s achievement in 2009.

Short Story Collections

Dance of the Happy Shades
(Penguin, 1968)

reviewed by Brian George

Too Much Happiness, 2009

Alice Munro's Best, 2008

The View from Castle Rock, 2006

Carried Away, 2006

Vintage Munro, 2004

Runaway, 2004

No Love Lost, 2003

Hateship, friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage, 2001

The Loveof a Good Woman, 1998

Selected Stories, 1996

Open Secrets, 1994

Friend of My Youth, 1990

The Progress of Love, 1986

Moons of Jupiter, 1982

Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You, 1974

Lives of Girls and Women, 1971

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