Guy Vanderhaeghe


Guy Vanderhaeghe lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. His collection of short stories, Man Descending, won the Governor-General’s Award for Fiction and the Faber Prize in Great Britain. His novel The Englishman’s Boy was short-listed for the Dublin IMPAC Prize, the Giller Prize, the Governor-General’s Award, as well as several Saskatchewan Book Awards. His play I Had a Job I Liked. Once. won the Canadian Authors’ Association Award for Drama. His novel Homesick was a co-winner of the City of Toronto Book Prize. The Last Crossing was a winner of the CBC’s Canada Reads Competition, the Canadian Booksellers Ex Libris Prize and three Saskatchewan Books Awards. He has also won the Timothy Findley Prize and the Harbourfront Literary Prize. His latest novel A Good Man, published in 2012, was longlisted for the Giller Prize and shortlisted for the David J. Langum Sr. Prize in American Historical Fiction.

Jeanne Lebossé-Gautron