Kathleen Winter


Kathleen Winter’s first  novel, Annabel, has been sold in 15 countries and received major international recognition, including nominations for The Scotiabank Giller Prize, The Governor General’s Award and the Rogers Writer’s Trust Prize.  Her memoir, Boundless, about her journey to the arctic was also highly-acclaimed. Winter’s work has appeared in literary journals from coast-to-coast and she was a Saturday columnist for the Evening Telegram. In Lost in September, a PTSD-suffering homeless veteran—who bears a striking resemblance to Canadian General James Wolfe—wanders the streets of Montreal and Quebec City trying to remember his past.