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Alice Zorn

Alice Zorn lives in Montreal. Her collection of short fiction, Ruins & Relics, was shortlisted for the 2009 Quebec Writers' Federation First Book Prize. In 2011 she published a novel, Arrhythmia, with NeWest Press. Her second novel, Five Roses, appeared with Dundurn Press in 2016. Five Roses was nominated for the 2017 Ontario Library Association Evergeen Award and in 2018 was published in French as Le rosier de la Pointe (Marchand de feuilles). She has a novel, Colours in Her Hands, forthcoming with Freehand Books in 2024 and a new collection of short fiction, Frida Walks, with NeWest Press in 2026. 

City: Montreal, Province/Territory: Quebec
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