"Dora Dueck’s work is immensely satisfying and dazzling in a way that you often don’t find in fiction today. She takes the time to delve deeply into the souls of the people she writes about, to find the perfect word, phrase, cadence, that will bring to life their journeys toward peace and beauty. Dora is a sage and marvellous writer, and one of Manitoba’s best kept secrets."
—Sandra Birdsell, author of The Russländer
The second oldest of a family of eight children, Dora Dueck grew up in a Mennonite community in Alberta. An editor, writer and historian, Dora has published two previous novels, Under the Still Standing Sun (1989) and This Hidden Thing (2010) for which she won the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award. What You Get at Home is Dora's first collection of stories. She lives and writes in Winnipeg.
- Klassen and Dueck-Winnipeg and Mennonite World Review
- Dora Dueck's What You Get at Home wins High Plains Book Award for the Short Story category
- Patti Grayson and Dora Dueck In Dialogue in Gimli, MB
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- Karen Dudley and Dora Dueck Shortlisted for the 2013 High Plains Awards