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Alison Strayer

Contributor

Alison Strayer

Alison L. Strayer is a Canadian writer and translator, author of Jardin et prairie, a novel, and numerous literary essays, articles and stories. Her work has been shortlisted for awards including the Governor General’s Award for Literature (2000) and for Translation (2010: co-translation of Mavis Gallant’s A Fairly Good Time), the Grand Prix Littéraire de la Ville de Montréal, le Prix Jacqueline-Déry-Mochon and the Prix France-Quebec. She lives in Paris and has recently completed a novel in English.

Articles by Alison Strayer

The Sex Life of the Writer
By Nadine Bismuth
Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. —Ernest Hemingway   A friend recently lent us a book called The Sex Life of Immanuel Kant.1  Its author,  one Jean-Baptiste Botul, examines…
Translated from French by Alison Strayer
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