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Tess Fragoulis

Tess Fragoulis is a Canadian writer and educator. Born in Heraklion, Crete, she was raised in Montreal, Quebec, where she attended Concordia University. Her first book, Stories to Hide from Your Mother (Arsenal Pulp Press,1997), was nominated for the QSPELL First Book Award. One of the stories was adapted for the television series Bliss. Her second book, Ariadne's Dream (Thistledown Press, 2001) was long-listed for the IMPAC International Dublin Literary Prize. She is the editor of Musings: an anthology of Greek-Canadian Literature (Vehicule Press,2004). She has also published in numerous literary journals, magazines and newspapers in North America,and teaches literature and writing in Montreal.Her latest novel,The Goodtime Girl (2012), is published by Cormorant Books in Canada, and will be published in Greek by Psichogios Publications in Greece in 2013.

Contents

  • Bibliography 1
    • Short Stories 1.1
    • Novels 1.2
    • Anthologies Edited 1.3
  • External links 2

Bibliography

Short Stories

Novels

Anthologies Edited

External links

  • Tess Fragoulis Books
  • / The Goodtime Girl Preview
  • / 12 or 20 Questions with: Tess Fragoulis
  • / Ariadne's Dream
  • / Stories to Hide from Your Mother
  • / Conquering Cupid
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