Shree Ghatage (born 1957) is an Indo-Canadian writer.
Her written works share a common theme, describing life in India based on her own memories and experiences. Ghatage's first book, Awake When All the World is Asleep (1997), a collection of short stories set in Bombay, was awarded the Thomas Head Raddall Award.
- Awake When All the World Is Asleep (1997)
- Brahma's Dream (2005)
- Thirst (2012)
- Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Prize, 1998
- Shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Award, 1998.
- Shortlisted for the Newfoundland and Labrador Book Award, 1998.
- Shortlisted for the Emerging Artist Award in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1998.
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