Caroline Adderson

Caroline Adderson (born September 9, 1963) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer. She has published three novels, two short story collections and two books for young readers. Caroline Adderson was born on September 9, 1963 in Edmonton, Alberta. She studied at the University of British Columbia, receiving a degree in education in 1982. Her first short story collection, Bad Imaginings (1993) was nominated for the Governor General's Award and won the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. Her second novel, Sitting Practice (2003), also won the award. Adderson has won the CBC Literary Competition three times. In 2006, she received the Marian Engel Award, given annually to an outstanding Canadian female writer in mid-career in recognition of her body of work.

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