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Joan Thomas

Joan Thomas
Occupation novelist
Nationality Canadian
Genres fiction
Notable work(s) Reading by Lightning, Curiosity

File:Bookbits - 2010-05-21 Joan Thomas-Curiosity.vorb.oga Joan Thomas is a Canadian novelist and book reviewer, whose debut novel Reading By Lightning won the 2009 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book (Canada/Caribbean) as well as the First Book Award.[1] Her second novel, Curiosity was nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction, and the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award. Both novels were longlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

Thomas, based in Winnipeg,[2] previously worked as a freelance journalist and book reviewer for The Globe and Mail, the Winnipeg Free Press and Prairie Fire, and as a book editor for Turnstone Press. She won a National Magazine Award in 1996 for her journalism.




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