A Matter Of Gravity Paperback
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|About the Author||After studying French literature in Quebec and France, Helene Vachon began working for the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications. Since 1995, she has published two novels, more than twenty works of children's literature, a number of translations. Her books, most notably the Somerset series, La tete ailleurs, Singuliers voyageurs, and L'arbre tombe, have been nominated for many prizes. Vachon won both the Governor General's Literary Award and the Mr. Christie's Book Award in 2002 for L'oiseau de passage. She lives near Quebec City. Phyllis Aronoff lives in Montreal. She has a master's degree in English literature. The Wanderer, her translation of La Quebecoite by Regine Robin, won the 1998 Jewish Book Award for fiction. She and Howard Scott were awarded the 2001 Quebec Writers' Federation Translation Award for The Great Peace of Montreal of 1701. She is currently president of the LTAC. Howard Scott is a Montreal literary translator who specializes in the genres of fiction and non-fiction. He is a past president of the Literary Translators' Association of Canada. His literary translations include works by Madeleine Gagnon and Quebec science fiction writer Elisabeth Vonarburg. In 1997, Scott received the prestigious Governor General's Translation Award for his work on Louky Bersianik's The Euguelion. In 1999, his translation of "The Eighth Register," a science fiction story by Alain Bergeron, won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History for best short-form.|
|Author 1||Hélène Vachon|
|Book Description||A Matter of Gravity is a playful and touching treatment of illness and tragedy, in which an enigmatic manuscript brings together two disparate male characters. Black humor and compassion brilliantly illuminate their tragic encounter. Helene Vachon is the author of two novels and more than twenty works of children's literature. Her books have been nominated for many prizes, including the Governor General's Literary Award and the Mr. Christie's Book Award. Howard Scott is a Montreal literary translator who specializes in the genres of fiction and nonfiction. Phyllis Aronoff is former president of the Literary Translators' Association of Canada.|
|Number of Pages||256|