Shauna Singh Baldwin

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Shauna Singh Baldwin (born 1962 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian-American novelist of Indian descent. Her 2000 novel What the Body Remembers won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize (Canadian/Caribbean Region), and her 2004 novel The Tiger Claw was nominated for the Giller Prize. She currently lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her second short-story collection, We Are Not in Pakistan, was released in Canada in 2007.

Baldwin and her husband own the Safe House,[1] an espionage themed restaurant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

  • A Foreign Visitor's Survival Guide to America (1992, coauthored)
  • English Lessons and Other Stories (1996, short stories)
  • What the Body Remembers: a novel (2000)
  • The Tiger Claw: a novel (2004)
  • We Are Not in Pakistan: stories (2007)
  • The Selector of Souls: a novel (Sept 2012)

Plays[edit]

  • We Are So Different Now (2009)

References[edit]

www.ShaunaSinghBaldwin.com

  1. ^ http://www.safe-house.com

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