Eden Robinson

Eden Robinson is the author of poetry collections, short stories and four novels.
Eden Robinson is the author of the novels Monkey Beach and Son of a Trickster. (Laughing Red Works)

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.

Books by Eden Robinson

Interviews with Eden Robinson

Eden talks about her novel "Son of a Trickster." 16:49
Eden Robinson has been awarded the $50,000 2017 Writers' Trust of Canada Fellowship. 8:41


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