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Terence M. Green

Photo: Tom Potter 2011

Terence M. Green (BA, BEd, University of Toronto; BA, MA, Unversity College, Dublin) of Toronto, the author of eight books (7 novels and a collection of stories), is profiled in Canadian Who's Who, Contemporary Authors (10,000 word entry), The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, The Encyclopedias of Science Fiction and Fantasy, etc. He has given readings and talks in four countries -- guest-lectured at the University of Toronto (where his novel, Shadow of Ashland has been on the English Department's curriculum), been keynote speaker at the 62nd Annual University of Oklahoma Writers Conference (2000), instructed at the Yukon Writers Retreat (2003), etc., and had work translated into French, Italian, Danish, Polish and Potuguese. A specialist in family-memoir novels and science-fiction/fantasy, twice a participant in the Harbourfront International Festival of Authors (1985, 1996), he has been the subject of numerous TV, radio and print interviews. CBC Radio broadcast his novel Shadow of Ashland as a 10-part serial in the Fall of 2002. In 2003-2004, under a Canada Council for the Arts grant, he was writer-in-residence at Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ontario. In 2005, he joined the Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University (London, Ontario), where he is currently a lecturer in creative writing.

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St. Patrick's Bed (novel). New York: Forge Books, 2001.
A Witness to Life (novel). New York: Forge Books, 1999.
Blue Limbo (novel). New York: Tor Books, 1997.
Shadow of Ashland (novel). New York: Forge Books, 1996.
Children of the Rainbow (novel). Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1992.
Sailing Time's Ocean (novel). Red Deer/Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2006
Barking Dogs (novel). St. Martin's Press (NY), 1988
The Woman Who is the Midnight Wind (short story collection). Pottersfield Press (Canada), 1987


Finalist, World Fantasy Award for Best Novel for A Witness to Life, 2000.
Two Toronto Arts Council Grants for fiction, 2000 & 2002.
Finalist, World Fantasy Award for Best Novel for Shadow of Ashland, 1997.
Five-Time Finalist, Aurora Award, Best Canadian works of Speculative Fiction, 1990-1998.
3 Canada Council Grants (Fiction), 1983, 1992, 2003
4 Ontario Arts Council Writers' Reserve Grants (fiction), 1991-1993
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