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Name  Carol Windley

Role  Short story writer
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Books  Home Schooling, Visible light, Breathing Under Water: A Novel
Nominations  Scotiabank Giller Prize, Governor General's Award for English-language fiction

Carol Ann Windley (born 18 June 1947) is a Canadian short story writer and novelist.

Born in Tofino, British Columbia and raised in British Columbia and Alberta, Windley's debut short story collection, Visible Light (1993) won the 1993 Bumbershoot Award, and was nominated for the 1993 Governor General's Award for English Fiction and the 1994 Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize.

She followed in 1998 with her first novel, Breathing Underwater. In 2002, Windley won a Western Magazine Award for "What Saffi Knows", which later featured as the opening story in her short story collection Home Schooling (2006). That book was shortlisted for the 2006 Scotiabank Giller Prize.

Windley has also taught creative writing at Malaspina University-College.

References

Carol Windley Wikipedia


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