An Acadian writer from Moncton says she couldn’t be happier about winning the Governor General's literary prize for French fiction.
“My reaction was, it's fantastic,” France Daigle told CBC News after claiming the prestigious $25,000 prize earlier this week in Montreal.
Her book, Pour sûr, describes the life of Acadians living in Moncton.
The book, which took about 10 years to complete, has been described as encyclopedic, Labryinthian and a Rubik's cube.
Via Gerard Beirne