Books by Steve Heighton The Dead Are More Visible Workbook Every Lost Country Patient Frame Afterlands The Address Book The Shadow Boxer The Admen Move on Lhasa On earth as it is The Ecstasy of Skeptics Flight Paths of the Emperor Foreign Ghosts Stalin's Carnival

Steven
Heighton

Steve Heighton
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Steven Heighton's recent books include The Waking Comes Late, which received the 2016 Governor General's Award for Poetry, The Dead are More Visible (stories: May 2012), and Workbook: memos & dispatches on writing (October 2011). He is also the author of the novel Afterlands, which appeared in six countries, was a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice, and was a “best of year” selection in ten publications in Canada, the USA, and the UK. The book has recently been optioned for film. He has also published The Shadow Boxer—a Canadian bestseller and a Publishers' Weekly Book of the Year for 2002—which appeared in five countries. His other fiction books are the story collections Flight Paths of the Emperor and On earth as it is, while his poetry collections include The Ecstasy of Skeptics and The Address Book.

His fiction and poetry have been translated into ten languages, have appeared in London Review of Books, Zoetrope: All-Story, Tin House, Poetry, Brick, The Independent, TLR, London Magazine, New England Review, Malahat Review, Agni, The Walrus, Poetry London and Revue Europe, have been internationally anthologised (Best English Stories, Best of Best English Stories, Best American Poetry, The Minerva Book of Stories and others) and have been nominated for the Governor General's Award, the Trillium Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Journey Prize, and Britain's W.H. Smith Award. Heighton has received the Gerald Lampert Award, the 2010 K.M. Hunter Award (literature), the 2011 P.K. Page Founders' Award, The Petra Kenney Prize, the Air Canada Award, and four gold National Magazine Awards. He has been the writer-in-residence at McGill University; Concordia University; Massey College, U of T; Queen's University; the University of Ottawa; and CMR/RMC. He has taught at the Summer Literary Seminars in St. Petersburg, Russia; at the Sage Hill Writing Experience; and in the writing program at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Heighton is also a fiction reviewer for the New York Times Book Review.

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