Dennis Bock

Dennis Bock has been hailed by The Globe and Mail as “Canada’s next great novelist.” His first collection of stories, Olympia, won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award, the Canadian Authors’ Association Jubilee Award and the Betty Trask Award in the UK. The Ash Garden was a #1 bestseller and won the 2002 Canada-Japan Literary Award. Bock is a lecturer at the University of Toronto and a faculty member at Humber’s School for Writers. He presents the Giller Prize-shortlisted Going Home Again, a novel about men and women falling in and out of love, and the thin line that exists between love and violence.

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