news | Wednesday March 28, 2018
Gail Anderson-Dargatz’s 1996 novel The Cure for Death by Lightning was nominated for the Giller Prize, was awarded the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize, and became a bestseller in Canada and Great Britain. A charming and somewhat disturbing coming-of-age story, it has become a perennial Canadian favourite.
And now it’s a play, too! Adapted for the stage by Daryl Cloran, The Cure for Death by Lightning first premiered in Kamloops, British Columbia, at the Western Canadian Theatre in the spring of 2017. Cloran’s adaptation – hailed by Anderson-Dargatz herself as a “magical vision … brought vividly to life in a wholly new form” – is now available in print. Order your copy today!