Naben Ruthnum nominated for 2013 Writers' Trust of Canada/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize

Congratulations to Malahat author Naben Ruthnum, whose 2012 Novella Prize-winning story, "Cinema Rex," (issue #179, Summer, 2012) has been nominated for this year's Writers' Trust of Canada/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize.

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Naben Ruthnum lives and writes in Toronto, and has previously published in RiddleFence, Joyland, QWERTY, and Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. His pseudonym, Nathan Ripley, recently completed a thriller called Scrapbook. He’s currently working on a novel based on "Cinema Rex."

Read an interview with Naben Ruthnum: "Fast Scrawling Interspersed with Slow Thinking: Tyler Laing in Conversatin with Naben Ruthnum," here.

Stay tuned for a new interview with Naben Ruthnum on our site in October, 2013.

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