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Claire Holden Rothman

Works
SaladDays(1990,shortstories)
BlackTulips(1999,shortstories)
TheHeartSpecialist(2009,novel)
MyOctober(2014,novel)
References
"Therevolutioncomeshome".TheGazette,August29,2014.
"MargaretAtwood,AnneMichaelsmakeScotiabankGillerPrizelonglist".CP24,September21,2009.
"GillerPrizemoneydoublesto$140,000".TorontoStar,September16,2014.
"TheGovernorGeneral'sLiteraryAwards2014:Thefinalists".CBCBooks,October7,2014.
"Authorseriesoffersamixedbagforbooklovers".LeCourrierdePortneuf,October19,2009.
Her first novel, The Heart Specialist, was a longlisted nominee for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2009,[2] and her second, My October, was a longlisted nominee for the same prize in 2014[3] and a shortlisted finalist for Governor General's Award for English-language fiction at the 2014 Governor General's Awards.
Claire Holden Rothman Born Claire Rothman 1958 Montreal, Quebec Occupation novelist, short stories, translator Nationality Canadian Period 2000s-present Notable works The Heart Specialist, My October Spouse Arthur Holden Claire Holden Rothman is a Canadian novelist, short story writer and translator.[1] She has published two novels and two short story collections.

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