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Annabel Lyon


Annabel Lyon is the author of The Sweet Girl, The Golden Mean (which won the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize) All-Season Edie, The Best Thing For You and Oxygen. She has published numerous shorter works in periodicals, including Geist, where she wrote a regular column for three years. She lives in New Westminster. Visit her at annabellyon.blogspot.com.

Hint: It’s not your own. more

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There may be more to reality TV than meets the eye. more

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Parables, cautionary tales, morality plays, allegories—the notion that we can study literary works as texts of ethics is as old as literature. more

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What is at the heart of this Edith Iglauer profile by Giller nominee Annabel Lyon? Hint: Ice Road Truckers. more

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Congratulations to Annabel Lyon on winning the 2009 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize. more

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I first tried to read J. M. Coetzee in 1994, when I was twenty-three. I failed. more

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ADVICE FOR THE LIT-LORN
WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

Why has the perfectly good noun "gift" been twisted into use as a verb, replacing the perfectly good verb "give"?

—Constance, Coquitlam BC

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