The Penguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women
The Peguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women is a compilation of 32 short stories by Canadian women selected and edited by the Chinese-Canadian author Denise Chong. It was published in 1997 by Penguin Books in Toronto.
In her Introduction to this compilation, Chong notes that she "wasn't looking so much for a feminine voice in the short story form, but rather stories in which women figure as central characters, where their points of view dominate". 
The authors and the titles of their included stories are:
- Cynthia Flood, "The Meaning of the Marriage"
- Marian Engel, "Madame Hortensia, Equilibriste"
- Ann Copeland, "Cloister"
- Alice Munro, "Miles City, Montana"
- Barbara Gowdy, "Presbyterian Crosswalk"
- Mavis Gallant, "Voices Lost in Snow"
- Bonnie Burnard, "Crush"
- Sandra Birdsell, "The Midnight Hour"
- Eden Robinson, "Queen of the North"
- Shani Mootoo, "A Garden of Her Own"
- Monique Proulx, "Leah and Paul, for Example"
- Audrey Thomas, "Harry and Violet"
- Hélène Rioux, "Opening Night"
- Margaret Atwood, "Bluebeard's Egg"
- Dionne Brand, "No Rinsed Blue Sky, No Red Flower Fences"
- Diane Schoemperlen, "She Wants to Tell Me"
- Bronwen Wallace, "An Easy Life"
- Linda Svendsen, "White Shoulders"
- Holley Rubinsky, "Rapid Transits"
- Katherine Govier, "Home for Good"
- Elisabeth Harvor, "How Will I Know You?"
- Joyce Marshall, "Blood & Bone"
- Jane Rule, "Lilian"
- Ethel Wilson, "Till Death Us Do Part"
- Isabel Huggan, "Secrets"
- Frances Itani, "Marx & Co."
- Shirley Faessler, "Lucy & Minnie"
- Sharon Butala, "Act of Love"
- Margaret Gibson, "The House that Stan and Rosie Built"
- Dorothy Speak, "Stroke"
- Carol Shields, "Hazel"
- Jane Urquhart, "Storm Glass"
- Chong, Denise, ed. The Penguin Anthology of Stories of Canadian Women. Toronto: Penguin Books, 1997, p. xii-xiii
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