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Nicole Lundrigan


Nicole Lundrigan was born in Ottawa in 1972 and grew up in Upper Gullies, Newfoundland. She took a BSc from the University of New Brunswick and then attended Saint Mary’s University in Halifax)when she took a B.A. in anthropology. In 1996, she took an MSc from the University of Toronto with a focus on physical anthropology. Soon after gradation, she started writing and has published short stories and novels.

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2001 Hungary (later Welcome to Hungary) (children’s)
2003 Unraveling Arva (novel)
2005 Thaw (novel)
2008 The Seary Line (novel)
2014 The Widow Tree
2014 Glass Boys (novel)
2017 The Substitute (novel)
2019 Hideaway (novel)