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Louis Hamelin

Canadian writer

1959   -  

country of citizenship: Canada
language of expression: French
educated at: McGill University, Université du Québec à Montréal
occupation: writer, novelist, literary critic
award received: Governor General's Awards, Governor General's Literary Awards

Louis Hamelin (born June 9, 1959 in Saint-Séverin-de-Proulxville, Quebec) is a Canadian journalist and fiction writer. He won the Governor General's Award for French-language fiction in 1989 for his novel La Rage, and was nominated for the same award in 1995 for his novel Betsi Larousse, ou l'ineffable eccéité de la loutre and in 2006 for his short story collection Sauvages. Educated at McGill University and the Université du Québec à Montréal, he has also worked as a journalist and literary critic for Le Devoir.His 2010 novel La Constellation du Lynx, a fictionalized account of the 1970 October Crisis, won numerous literary awards in Quebec, including the Prix littéraire des collégiens, the Prix des libraires du Québec, the Grand Prix littéraire de la Presse québécoise and the Prix Ringuet. An English translation by Wayne Grady, titled October 1970, was published in 2013 and was named a longlisted nominee for that year's Scotiabank Giller Prize.
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La Constellation du Lynx

book by Louis Hamelin

author: Louis Hamelin


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