Here Is the Loveliest Cross-Stitch of Nobel Prize Winner Alice Munro You Are Likely to See All Day

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Oct. 10 2013 9:21 AM

Here Is the Loveliest Cross-Stitch of Nobel Prize Winner Alice Munro You Are Likely to See All Day

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This morning, Alice Munro became the first Canadian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. This is a cross-stitch of her.

Courtesy of Ruth Graham.

"My sister made the pattern for me," says Boston Globe and Slate writer Ruth Graham. We think it's basically the perfect tribute to this morning's excellent news.

Dan Kois is Slate's culture editor, co-host of Mom and Dad Are Fighting, and a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine.

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