Philip Huynh is a lawyer and short fiction writer living in Richmond, B.C. His stories have appeared in several Canadian literary journals. He is also working on a novel. Huynh was born in Vancouver. His parents immigrated to Canada from Vietnam. His collection of short stories, The Forbidden Purple City, is scheduled for publication in March 2019.
Anthology (Short stories)
The Journey Prize Stories: The Best of Canada’s New Writers. 25
Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2013.
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Huynh, Philip. “Gulliver’s Wife.” In The Journey Prize Stories: The Best of Canada’s New Writers. 25, selected by Miranda Hill, Mark Medley, Russell Wangersky. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2013, 39-68.
“Gulliver’s Wife” originally appeared in the literary journal The New Quarterly. It was runner-up for the journal’s 2012 Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award and was shortlisted for The Journey Prize 2013.
Interview with Danielle Janess of The Malahat Review