Dennis Bock is a Canadian novelist from Belleville, Ontario. His first book of stories, Olympia, won the 1998 Canadian Authors Association Jubilee Award, the inaugural Danuta Gleed Award for best first collection of stories by a Canadian author and the British Betty Trask Award.
His first novel, The Ash Garden, was a #1 national bestseller and was shortlisted for the prestigious 2003 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Amazon.com/Books in Canada First Novel Award, the Kiriyama Prize and the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book (Caribbean and Canada Region). It won the Japan-Canada Literary Award.
The Communist's Daughter was published in 2006 in Canada, and 2007 in the USA.
He lives with his family in Toronto, Ontario.
This biography was last updated on 07/16/2011.
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