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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`Université 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 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 même.

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Books by Judith Cowan

Exterminated Angel Quartz and Mica This Desert Now