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David Huebert Wins First Prize in “The Dalhousie Review” Short Story Contest!

david huebertGuernica author David Huebert recently won First Prize in The Dalhousie Review Short Story Contest! Congratulations, David!

David Huebert won the contest for his short story, “A-Word”. An excerpt from David’s story can be accessed through The Dalhousie Review website. He is also the author of We Are No Longer the Smart Kids in Class, a collection of poems that Ian Colford describes as a collection of “bawdy, wryly confessional, warts-and-all poems that celebrate language and love, family and nature, the cerebral and the sensual”.

David Huebert is originally from Halifax, but has lived in Revelstoke, Fernie, Victoria, and Toronto. He is currently a PhD student at Western University. His poetry has appeared in journals Event, Vallum, The Antigonish Review, and The Literary Review of Canada, while his fiction has appeared in Grain, Existere, and The Dalhousie Review.

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