Vic­tory Girl

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Ace Baker

Ace Baker won the Zola Award by plac­ing first in po­etry in PNWA’S writ­ing con­test. He has also won the SIWC po­etry prize, the po­etry prize, and ‘Vic­tory Girl’ won the

SIWC Sto­ry­teller Award for Short Fic­tion. As for its writ­ing, Ace says, “Imag­ine that an English/ukrainian writer orig­i­nally from a Saskatchewan town with a French name (Bien­fait — pop­u­la­tion would one day pen a story about a Ja­panese girl in Bri­tish Columbia and im­press a Scot­tish Cana­dian writer and a Mex­i­can/english Amer­i­can writer (Jack Whyte and Diana Ga­bal­don) who judge the an­nual Sto­ry­teller con­test.” THAT’S what it means to be a Cana­dian writer! Con­nect with him at ace­baker@fight­towrite.com or @writ­er­ace­baker on Twit­ter. His web­site: fight­towrite.com.

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