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Adam Lewis Schroeder

Adam Lewis Schroeder is a Canadian novelist and short story writer.

He completed an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia. In 2001 Raincoast Books published his short fiction collection Kingdom of Monkeys which was shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Award, awarded annually to the best Canadian debut collection.[1] His first novel, Empress of Asia was published in 2006 and was a finalist for the in Canada First Novel Award. His most recent novel, In the Fabled East was published in spring 2010 by Douglas & McIntyre.[2]

Adam lives in Penticton with his wife Nicole and their sons Jimmy and Finn.


  • Bibliography 1
    • Novels 1.1
    • Short story collections 1.2
    • Short stories 1.3
  • External links 2
  • References 3



Short story collections

  • Kingdom of Monkeys (2001) Raincoast Books

Short stories

  • "House on Fire", Grain, Winter 1997
  • "The Country Squire", Zygote, Winter/Spring 1999
  • "Scenes from a War" (in 04: Best Canadian Stories, edited by Douglas Glover, 2004, Oberon Press)
  • "California", Grain, Summer 2004
  • "Beware the Cockeyed Millionaire", Geist, Spring 2005
  • "Halycon Memories of SweaterLodge", fifty3, Spring 2006
  • "Something Tells Me I'm Into Something Good", PRISM International, Spring 2007
  • "The Nootka Sound", Geist, Spring 2007
  • "The Lost Colony", MEET #12, November 2008
  • "This is not the End My Friend" (in Darwin's Bastards: Astounding Tales from Tomorrow, edited by Zsuzi Gartner, 2010, Douglas & McIntyre)

External links

  • Adam Lewis Schroeder


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