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Judith Cowan

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Born in Nova Scotia, Judith Cowan grew up in Toronto and was educated at the University of Toronto and l`Universite de Strasbourg, France. She has lived in Trois-Rivieres for many years and has translated the work of a wide range of Quebec poets, including Gerald Godin, Yves Prefontaine and Yves Boisvert. Her previous story collection, More Than Life Itself (Oberon, 1997), was shortlisted for the Quebec Writers` Federation First Book Award. Cowan was a finalist for the Glassco Prize for her translation of Quartz and Mica (Guernica, 1987) and was awarded Le Prix Gerald-Godin by the city of Trois-Rivieres in recognition of the story collection Plus que la vie me me.

Books by Judith Cowan

Road-of-metamorphoses Road of Metamorphoses

Thepermanentnatureofeverything The Permanent Nature of Everything: A Memoir

0889842256 Gambler's Fallacy

Morethanlife More Than Life Itself

Books translated by Judith Cowan

Melanconwebsite2 For As Far As the Eye Can See

Meridian Meridian Line

390 Mirabel



Sydney, Nova Scotia