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Camilla Gibb

Genre  Novelist
Role  Writer
Name  Camilla Gibb
Children  1

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Born  February 20, 1968 (age 47) London, England (1968-02-20)
Alma mater  American University in Cairo University of Toronto Oxford University
Education  University of Toronto, American University in Cairo, University of Oxford
Books  This Is Happy, Sweetness in the belly, The Beauty of Humanity, Mouthing the words, The petty details of so‑and‑s
Similar People  Lee Henderson, Rebecca Rosenblum, Doris Giller

Nominations  Scotiabank Giller Prize

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Camilla Gibb (born February 20, 1968) is an English-born Canadian writer who currently resides in Toronto.

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Early life and education

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Born in London, England, she grew up in Toronto, Ontario and studied at the North Toronto Collegiate Institute and the Jarvis Collegiate Institute. She studied at the American University in Cairo before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology and Middle Eastern studies from University of Toronto and a Doctor of Philosophy in social anthropology from University of Oxford. She left academia in 2000 in order to pursue writing full-time.

Career

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Gibb gained recognition as a writer with the publication of her first novel, Mouthing the Words, in 1999. In 2000, the novel won Gibb the City of Toronto Book Award, and in 2001, she won the CBC Canadian Literary Award for short fiction.

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Gibb's second novel, The Petty Details of So-and-So's Life, was published in August 2002.

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Gibb's third novel, Sweetness in the Belly (2005), is set against the backdrop of the Ethiopian Revolution and largely takes place in the ancient walled city of Harar. It was shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2005, longlisted for the Dublin IMPAC Award and won the Trillium Award for best book in Ontario in 2006.

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Her fourth novel, The Beauty of Humanity Movement was published in Canada in September 2010, and in the US and the UK in spring 2011.

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Gibb's memoir, This is Happy, was released in Canada on August 18, 2015.

Personal life

In 2009, Gibb separated from her partner, Heather Conway, after almost ten years together. Gibb was pregnant at the time; she later gave birth to a daughter.

References

Camilla Gibb Wikipedia


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