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Cary Fagan

Cary Fagan

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Cary Fagan was born in Toronto in 1957. While he has devoted himself to writing fiction in recent years, he has also published works of history and literary journalism. He has written for many publications including, The Globe and Mail and Books in Canada. He teaches creative writing at the Toronto Writing Workshop.

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Sleeping Weather. Erin, ON: The Porcupine's Quill, 1997.
The Doctor's House. Toronto: Paperplates Books, 1996.
The Animals' Waltz. Toronto: Lester Publishing, 1994.
The Little Black Dress: Tales From France. Stratford, ON: Mercury Press, 1993.
History Lessons. Toronto: Hounslow Press, 1990.


Shortlisted, City of Toronto Book Award for The Animals' Waltz.
Jewish Book Committee Prize for Fiction for The Animals' Waltz.
City of Toronto Book Award for Streets of Attitude: Toronto Stories, 1990.
Norma Epstein Literary Award, Constance Nicholson Lee Prize.
Eligible for National Public Readings Program: