81-year-old short story author Alice Munro told The National Post‘s editor Mark Medley that she’s retiring. After accepting the Trillium Book Award (the top Ontario literary prize) for her collection Dear Life, she said: “I’m probably not going to write anymore. And, so, it’s nice to go out with a bang.” Her suggestion to disappointed fans: “Well, tell them to go read the old ones over again. There’s lots of them.” Check out the library catalog for her many titles – and read the entire article here. You can also read more on Alice Munro’s Trillium Award here.