Daniel Griffin is the author of a collection of stories, Stopping for Strangers (Vehicule Press, 2011), and of the novel Two Roads Home. His fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and literary journals across North America. His stories have twice appeared in the Journey Prize Anthology and were collected in Coming Attractions. The National Post called Stopping for Strangers “an unusually accomplished first collection” and the book was runner up for the Danuta Gleed award and shortlisted for a Relit Award. Daniel is originally from Kingston Ontario, but has lived in Guatemala, New Zealand, England, Scotland, France, India and the US. He received an MFA from UBC and currently makes his home in Victoria, with his wife and three daughters.
More information about Daniel Griffin can be found on his website: danielgriffin.ca
Stopping for Strangers (Vehicule Press, 2011)