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Bill Schermbrucker (1989)
Motortherapy (1993) is the third work of fiction from Bill Schermbrucker, a writer who has come into his prime. Born and raised in Africa, he now lives in North Vancouver, B.C. where he teaches English at Capilano College. He has been an editor of The Capilano Review, and is the author of Chameleon and Other Stories (1983). His novel, Mimosa (1988), won the Ethel Wilson Prize for Fiction at the 1988 BC Book Prizes.
Winner of the 1989 BC Book Prize: Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize”
QUOTES OF NOTEMotortherapy
[Stories] stir and shift with deftly-rendered subtleties which at their best recall…Norman Levine and…Alice Munro
— _Quill & Quire
One of the best works of fiction of 1993.
— U of T Quarterly
QUOTES OF NOTEChameleon & Other Stories
The year’s most ambitious work of short fiction and at the same time the most substantial.
— Letters in Canada
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