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Edward O. Phillips

Edward O. Phillips was born in Montreal and studied at McGill, Université de Montréal, Harvard, and Boston University. After teaching in both public and private schools, he embarked on a brief, undistinguished career as a painter. After he had sold to members of his family and friends on his Christmas card list, he tried his hand at writing fiction. He enjoys making up stories and hopes to continue.

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No Early Birds. Toronto: Riverbank, 2001.
Working on Sunday. Toronto: Riverbank, 1998.
The Mice Will Play. Toronto: Riverbank, 1996.
The Landlady's Niece. Toronto: Seal Books, 1992.
Sunday Best. Toronto: Seal Books, 1990.
A Voyage on Sunday. Riverbank Press, 2004
Queen's Court. Cormorant Books, 2007


Arthur Ellis Award for Buried on Sunday, 1986.
Cross-Canada Writers' Quarterly Short Fiction Contest, 1983.
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