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Diana Fitzgerald Bryden was born in London, England and moved to Canada as a teenager. She has written two books of poetry, Learning Russian (Mansfield Press, 2000), which was nominated for the Pat Lowther Award, and Clinic Day (Brick Books, 2004). Her fiction and non-fiction have been short-listed for the K.M. Hunter Award, the CBC Literary Contest, and the Prism Short Fiction Contest. No Place Strange is her first novel, and was recently named a finalist for the First Novel Award. She is currently working on her second, Tunapuna, writing reviews and essays on topics that range from Moammar Ghaddafi to Christopher Logue’s reimagining of The Iliad.

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