Miranda Hill’s stories have appeared in The Globe & Mail, Reader’s Digest, The New Quarterly and The Dalhousie Review, and in 2011 she won the $10,000 Writers’ Trust / McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize for her short story, “Petitions to Saint Chronic.” This story and eight others were published in her debut collection, Sleeping Funny (Doubleday Canada, 2012).
Hill is currently at work on a novel, Conduct (Doubleday Canada) a multi-generational story that weaves through Pittsburgh’s fine homes and steel mills and Muskoka’s cottage country.
Hill is also the founder and executive director of the Canadian literary charity Project Bookmark Canada. She lives, writes and works in Hamilton, Ontario.
More information about Miranda Hill can be found at her website: mirandahill.com
|Conduct (Doubleday Canada, 2015)|
|Sleeping Funny (Doubleday, 2012)A masterful collection united by its suspense, surprise and crisp prose.|
Agent: Samantha Haywood