Claire Cameron

Claire Cameron’s second novel, The Bear, will be published by Reagan Arthur Books/Little, Brown & Company in 2014. Her first novel, The Line Painter, was published by HarperCollins Canada; it won the Northern Lit Award from the Ontario Library Service and was nominated for an Arthur Ellis Crime Writing Award for best first novel. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Rumpus, The Millionsand The Globe and Mail. She lives in Toronto.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

"Marry Someone who Makes You Laugh"

Point of view will always be there consciously or unconsciously — but if it’s there unconsciously, it gets feral and doesn’t serve your work....


The Fluent Medium of Translation: An Interview with Sam Garrett
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