David Arnason is one of the most loved and prolific short story authors on the prairies. Over a lifetime of writing David Arnason has crafted some of the most memorable stories in the Canadian literary canon, and now for the first time the very best of Arnason's stories have been compiled into a single volume, There Never Can be Enough: New and Selected Stories.
"There Can Never Be Enough is a humorous, touching, and compelling read..."
"Reading his latest collection feels like crossing trails with a long-lost friend."
--Jill Mandrake, Geist
"The diverse stories are beautifully crafted with skillful conclusions."
--Tina Trigg, Canadian Literature, Spring 2015
David Arnason is an acclaimed novelist, writer of short fiction, and editor. A finalist for the Leacock Medal for Humour (King Jerry) and a winner of the Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award (The Imagined City), David has taught at the University of Manitoba since 1972. He has served as both the acting head of the Department of Icelandic Studies and head of the Department of English. Currently, he lives and writes in Gimli, MB.