Ann-Marie MacDonald

Ann-Marie MacDonald is a Toronto-based novelist, playwright and actress.
Ann-Marie MacDonald is the author of three bestselling novels. (Hannah Yoon/Canadian Press)

Ann-Marie MacDonald, born in Germany, now lives between Toronto and Montreal. She's the author of bestselling novels. In addition to writing, she was the host of CBC's Doc Zone for eight years.

In 1996, MacDonald released her debut novel Fall on Your Knees and was shortlisted for the Giller Prize. The book was a finalist for Canada Reads in 2010, defended by Perdita Felicien. 

Her second novel The Way the Crow Flies, another Giller Prize finalist, was published in 2003. Her latest novel Adult Onset was published in 2014.

Books by Ann-Marie McDonald


MacDonald is the inaugural Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence at Concordia University. 1:00


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