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Today, we’re #ARUproud of Dr Helen Marshall who’s won a prestigious short story prize judged and sponsored by American socialite and writer Gloria Vanderbilt. The Carter V Cooper Short Fiction competition, named in honour of Gloria Vanderbilt’s late son, is open to all Canadian writers and Dr Marshall has received $5,000 after her story ‘The Gold Leaf Executions’ was named best work by an established writer. A gala awards evening will be held in Toronto in September and the work of all shortlisted authors will appear in an anthology published by Exile Editions. To find out more about this story: