André Narbonne sailed as a marine engineer on bulk carriers, fishery patrol and hydrographic vessels, and tankers before attending university. He completed his B.A.Hons. and M.A. at Dalhousie University, where he was a Killam Scholar, and his Ph.D. in Canadian literature at the University of Western Ontario, where he was the recipient of a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship (2000-2003). Dr. Narbonne served on the executive of The Association for Canadian and Québec Literatures (2004-2010) and was the Committee Chair of the Gabrielle Roy Prize for Criticism in Canadian Literature (2005-2006). He is a former chair of the Halifax chapter of the Canadian Poetry Association. His short stories have won the Atlantic Writing Competition, the FreeFall Prose Contest, and the David Adams Richards Prize and were anthologized in Best Canadian Stories. He is the fiction editor of the Windsor Review. His books are Twelve Miles to Midnight. (Black Moss Press, 2016) and You Were Here. (Flat Singles Press, 2017)

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