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- Nick Voro
- About My Library
I recently exported my library from GoodReads. I have been a member for some time but have not taken advantage of this awesome platform until now. Looking forward to adding books, reviewing books and making connections.
- About Me
A native of Kyiv, Ukraine, but living in Canada since the age of eleven, Nick Voro discovered literature at an early age, never quite mustering the ability to put an excellent book down. A recent graduate of the Toronto Film School, Nick divides his time between being a full-time parent and a full-time author.
His debut work, Conversational Therapy: Stories and Plays, https://www.amazon.com/Conversational-Therapy-Nick-Voro/dp/1777779030/ is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Chapters Indigo. The work has recently sold over 100 copies and is part of the library system (Ontario, British Columbia and South Australia).
The book received positive reviews from the likes of João Reis, a Portuguese writer and a literary translator of Scandinavian languages who has been longlisted for the Dublin Literary Award (2022) and Oceanos-Prêmio de Literatura em Língua Portuguesa Award (2019) as well as shortlisted for the Prémio Fernando Namora Award (2020).
Lee D. Thompson, an editor and writer from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, edited this book. His books include: a novel in [xxx] dreams from Broken Jaw Press, Mouth Human Must Die from Frog Hollow Press and Apastoral: A Mistopia from Corona/Samizdat. His short fiction has been published in many anthologies, including Random House’s Victory Meat, New Fiction from Atlantic Canada and Vagrant Press’s The Vagrant Revue of New Fiction. He is the winner of the David Adams Richards Prize (2018) and New Brunswick Book Award (2022). He is the publisher of Galleon Books.
Here is Nick Voro’s interview (12-20 Questions) with Rob McLennan, novelist and poet, published in Canada, the United States, England, Ireland, and Japan. And the recipient of the CAA / Air Canada Award, the John Newlove Poetry Award, the Mid-Career Artist Award from the Ottawa Arts Council, and twice longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize.
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