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Marina Endicott

Marina Endicott

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Marina Endicott’s novel Good to a Fault was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize and CBC Radio’s Canada Reads, longlisted for the IMPAC prize, and won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best Book, Canada and the Caribbean. Her next, The Little Shadows, was short-listed for the Governor General’s award and long-listed for the Giller Prize, as was Close to Hugh. Her latest, The Difference, one of the Globe & Mail’s Best Books of 2019, won the City of Edmonton and City of Dartmouth fiction prizes and is published by Norton in the US as The Voyage of the Morning Light. After 29 years in Alberta she has returned to Saskatoon, and teaches creative writing at University of Alberta, U of T, Humber and the Banff Centre for the Arts.


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Open Arms. Freehand Books, 2009
Good to a Fault. Freehand Books, 2008
New Year's Eve. GoodReads/HarperCollins, 2011
The Little Shadows. Doubleday Canada, 2011
Close to Hugh. Doubleday Canada, 2015
The Difference. Knopf Canada, 2018
The Voyage of the Morning Light. W.W. Norton, 2020


Commonwealth Writers Prize, Best Book, Canada & Caribbean for Good to a Fault, 2009
Robert Kroetsch City of Edmonton Book Prize for The Difference, 2020
City of Dartmouth Fiction Prize for The Difference, 2020
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