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People at Laurier
Tamas Dobozy won the $25,000 Rogers Writers’ Trust of Canada Fiction Prize for Siege 13, a collection of short stories about a bloody siege in Budapest during the Second World War. Siege 13 was also shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Awards in the fiction category. The jury for the Rogers Writers’ Trust prize said Dobozy’s thirteen stories “dazzle with their psychological nuance and brilliant attention to detail.”