Image of Sonal Champsee: Head and shoulders of a smiling South Asian woman with long dark hair. She is wearing a black shirt and standing in front of a lattice fence on an overcast day.


Sonal Champsee’s short fiction and essays have been published by magazines such as The New Quarterly, Ricepaper, and Today’s Parent. Her novel-in-progress, Everyone Can’t Be Wrong, was shortlisted for the 2022 UBC/HarperCollins Canada Best New Fiction prize. She was a finalist for the Writer’s Union of Canada’s 2017 Emerging Writers Short Prose contest, and has had a play produced by Prathidhwani Drama Wing in Seattle. Sonal holds an MFA in Creative Writing from UBC and is a creative writing instructor for the Sarah Selecky Writing School. Sonal lives in Toronto.


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