Since then, Shauna has written three novels published by Knopf Canada: the best-selling What the Body Remembers, which won the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize (Canada and Caribbean); The Tiger Claw, a finalist for the Giller Prize. The Tiger Claw was optioned for film. And The Selector of Souls, which received the 2012 Council for Wisconsin Writers Fiction prize.
A second collection of stories We Are Not in Pakistan was published in 2007. Shauna is also the coauthor of A Foreign Visitor’s Survival Guide to America.
In 2016, her play We Are So Different Now will be staged in Toronto by Sawitri Theatre Group.
Shauna’s fiction, poems, and essays have been published in literary and popular magazines, anthologies, and newspapers. Her work has been translated into fourteen languages. Born in Montreal, Shauna Singh Baldwin holds an undergraduate degree from Delhi University, an MBA from Marquette University, and an MFA from the University of British Columbia.