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Camilla Gibb

Camilla Gibb is a Toronto-based novelist.
Canadian author Camilla Gibb's latest novel, The Beauty of Humanity Movement, is set in present-day Vietnam. (George Whiteside/Random House of Canada)

Camilla Gibb is an English-born Canadian, now based in Toronto.

Gibb debuted with a book entitled Mouthing the Words in 1999. Her novel Sweetness in the Belly won the 2006 Trillium Book Award and was shortlisted for the 2005 Scotiabank Giller Prize. She is also the author of The petty details of the so-and-so's life, The Beauty of Humanity Movement and the memoir This is Happy.

Books by Camilla Gibb

Interviews

Twenty years ago, Camilla Gibb started her dream job — but it didn't feel right. Then a man she barely knew gave her a gift that would change her life. 7:26
The novelist and author of the memoir "This Is Happy" shares her favourite authors, her greatest fear, and more. 5:10
Novelist Camilla Gibb talks about her memoir. 3:37

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