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Name  Anne Collins
Role  Writer
Movies  The Sleep Room

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Awards  Governor General's Award for English-language non-fiction
Books  British Life, Island for Sale, The Leopard and the Li, In the Sleep Room, Smile - Please!
Similar People  Alexander McCall Smith, Johanna Spyri, Anne Wheeler, Micheline Charest, Donald Mowat

Anne Collins (born 1952) is a Canadian writer, editor and publishing executive who won the Governor General's Award for English-language non-fiction in 1988.

Born in Whitby, Ontario, Collins earned a Bachelor of Arts from York University and has held a wide range of writing and editorial jobs in the Canadian publishing and magazine industry. The publisher at Knopf Random Canada Publishing Group and vice-president of Random House of Canada, Collins has also written the award winning The Story of The CIA Brainwashing Experiments in Canada. In the Sleep Room explored the history of Dr. Ewen Cameron and Montreal's Allen Memorial Institute and was made into a movie directed by Anne Wheeler in 1998.


  • The big evasion: abortion, the issue that won't go away (1985)
  • In the sleep room: the story of the CIA brainwashing experiments in Canada (1988)
  • References

    Anne Collins (author) Wikipedia