Shauna Singh Baldwin's first novel What the Body Remembers, the story of two women in a polygamous marriage in occupied India, received the Commonwealth Prize for Best Book (Canada-Caribbean).
Her second novel, The Tiger Claw, the story of a Sufi Muslim secret agent searching for her beloved through occupied France, was a finalist for Canada's Giller Prize and was optioned for film.
English Lessons and Other Stories received the Friends of American Writers prize. She is also co-author of A Foreign Visitor's Survival Guide to America.
We Are Not in Pakistan: stories was published by Goose Lane in 2007. The Selector of Souls: a novel, her sixth book was published  in 2012. Shauna has served on several fiction juries, currently for the 2016 Danuta Gleed Prize. Reluctant Rebellions: New and Selected Non-fiction is forthcoming Oct 2016

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