B.C. writer Eden Robinson has published novels, poems and short stories. Robinson's work, infused with dark humour, portrays the everyday lives of Indigenous people in coastal B.C. Her Kitimat-set debut novel, Monkey Beach, received a nomination for the 2000 Scotiabank Giller Prize. In 2017, Son of a Trickster, a coming of age novel, was a finalist for that year's Scotiabank Giller Prize. 2017 was the year Robinson also received the Writers' Trust Fellowship.
Her latest book is the novel Trickster Drift.
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