Not only can Lee Henderson sing well — see my previous posting about the laptop sing-along — but he also writes well. Lee, a first time novelist, has just been named the winner of the $2,000 Ethel Wilson Prize for excellence in fiction at the annual B.C. Book Prizes. Lee’s book, The Man Game, prevailed over such heavy-duty entries as The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway and Red Dog, Red Dog by Patrick Lane. The other finalists in the fiction category — all deservedly recognized for their work — were Andreas Schroeder for Renovating Heaven and Paul Headrick for That Tune Clutches My Heart. Congrats to Lee for joining the pantheon.Click here for reuse options!
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