Congrats to Katie Zdybel on her publication deal!

Katie Zdybel, Darling Axe editor and award-winning author

Big congratulations to Darling Axe editor Katie on the upcoming publication of her short story collection!

Katie Zdybel's debut collection of short stories, titled Equipoise, will be published by Exile Editions. Equipoise was shortlisted for the HarperCollins/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction and also received a Canada Council for the Arts Award. Individual stories have won The New Quarterly's Peter Hinchcliffe Award, ELQ's Carter V. Cooper Short Fiction award (a second story was also shortlisted for this prize), and others have been published in The Antigonish Review, and will soon appear in The Malahat Review and Prairie Journal. Katie is represented by CookeMcDermid and is currently working on her first novel.

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